Call For Papers ... Accelerating Scientific Discovery With Reusable Software

Share your knowledge and perspectives on developing, applying, and promoting reusable research software by submitting an idea for an article for a special issue of IEEE's Computing in Science and Engineering (CiSE) that will be published by April of 2019.

Prerequisites

What Are Projects And Organizations Addressing Better Scientific Software?

What Is Online Learning?

Published February 26, 2018

Contributor Scott Lathrop

Submit an idea for an article to a special issue of IEEE-CiSE

The goal of this special issue is to promote high-quality reusable research software for advancing computational and data-enabled discovery in all fields. We welcome and encourage submissions from the international community, including application scientists, software developers, and stakeholders.

This special issue of Computing in Science and Engineering will examine the state of reusable software, inform the community of the excellent resources available to advance research and education goals, and inform future directions for creating reusable software that is responsive to community needs for advancing discovery.

We are soliciting papers on topics that include, but are not limited to, the state-of-the-art, how reusable software can advance discovery, lessons learned, developing and applying reusable software, efforts in interoperability and community policies, effective methods for addressing user requirements, case studies that can be generalized, and strategies to address emerging technologies including extreme-scale computing. Manuscripts of particular interest will describe efforts that involve collaborations among government, industry, and academia.

Please contact the guest editors at cise2-2019@computer.org with any questions.