Sustaining Open Source Software and Their Communities in Computational Geodynamics (Blue Waters Webinar)

NCSA Blue Waters provides a series of free webinars throughout the year. The webinar track on scientific software ecosystems provides sessions addressing the development and applications of software used in all fields of study.

Prerequisites

What Are Projects and Organizations Addressing Better Scientific Software?

Published May 07, 2019

Contributors Scott Lathrop and Maxim Belkin

The NCSA Blue Waters Webinar track on Scientific Software Ecosystems webinar presents: Sustaining Open Source Software and Their Communities in Computational Geodynamics. The session will take place on Wednesday, May 15, 2019, 10 - 11 am CDT. Lorraine Hwang, UC Davis, will speak about strategies of the Computational Infrastructure for Geodynamics (CIG) partnership between solid-earth geophysics and computational science.

Advance registration is recommended through the Blue Waters Webinar website so that you receive a reminder of the event, access to the Slack channel to post questions to the presenter, and news of additional events that are offered. To attend this webinar, be sure to register for the webinar series on Scientific Software Ecosystems.