Team

The Better Scientific Software (BSSw) team includes both contributors of content as well as the site editors and partners.

Contributors to the Better Scientific Software (BSSw) site (representing researchers, practitioners, and stakeholders from throughout the world) are providing information about a wide range of topics related to scientific software productivity and sustainability. We invite anyone interested in high-quality scientific software to contribute to the site.

A group of editors is committed to seeing that the contributions are published and disseminated in the service of improved software for computational science and engineering (CSE) and related technical computing areas.

BSSw Editorial Team

Senior Editors

Rinku Gupta

Editor-in-chief

18 resources, 4 blog posts, 1 event

Affiliation(s): Title: Editor-in-chief

Github

David Bernholdt

39 resources, 10 blog posts, 8 events

Affiliation(s): Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Github

Mike Heroux

10 resources, 15 blog posts, 9 events

Affiliation(s): Sandia National Laboratories

Github

Lois Curfman McInnes

7 resources, 12 blog posts, 5 events

Affiliation(s): Argonne National Laboratory

Github

Associate Editors

Roscoe Bartlett

10 resources, 1 blog post, 1 event

Affiliation(s): Sandia National Laboratories

Github

Patricia Grubel

8 resources

Affiliation(s): Los Alamos National Laboratory

Github

Mark Miller

17 resources, 8 blog posts, 3 events

Affiliation(s): Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Github

Jean Shuler

2 resources, 1 event

Affiliation(s): Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Github

Greg Watson

3 resources, 3 blog posts, 1 event

Affiliation(s): Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Github

Paul Wolfenbarger

3 resources, 1 blog post

Affiliation(s): Sandia National Laboratories

Github

Editorial Assistant

Kasia Salim

5 events

Affiliation(s): Argonne National Laboratory

Github

Partners

Contributors to the Better Scientific Software (BSSw) site (representing researchers, practitioners, and stakeholders from throughout the world) are providing information about a wide range of topics related to scientific software productivity and sustainability. We invite anyone interested in high-quality scientific software to contribute to the site.

A group of editors is committed to seeing that the contributions are published and disseminated in the service of improved software for computational science and engineering (CSE) and related technical computing areas.