[SORSE] Digital Humanities RSE: King's Digital Lab as experiment and lifecycle

Virtual (Zoom)

Virtual (Zoom)

Jeremy Cohen (Imperial College London)


We’re pleased to be welcoming two keynote speakers at this event:

  • James Smithies,
  • Arianna Ciula,

from King's Digital Laboratory, King's College London, UK talking about Digital Humanities RSE: King's Digital Lab as experiment and lifecycle.

This SORSE event describes King's Digital Lab (KDL), a Research Software Engineering lab operating within the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at King's College London (UK). The KDL team of 18 project managers, analysts, designers, engineers, and systems managers specialise in arts & humanities, cultural heritage, and creative industries research and development. The talk will provide a current state overview of the lab, and describe our RSE HR roles (see https://zenodo.org/record/2564790) and a relatively recent trial initiative that defines the different ways the team can contribute to research. A more technically-oriented overview of our ongoing work in refining the fundamental components of KDL Software Development Lifecycle (see https://github.com/kingsdigitallab/sdlc-for-rse/) will also be provided, including descriptions of our modelling workflows, processes, and efforts to increase sustainability, reproducibility, and research data management best practice (https://zenodo.org/record/3361580#.X09x6mdKhhE).

Language: English

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