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The Challenge of Communicating Computational Science

Thursday, April 4, 2013 - 12:00pm - 2:00pm
Columbia University Morningside Campus Faculty House, Presidential Rooms 2 & 3

Computational approaches to various fields of scholarship have revolutionized the kinds of research that are possible but have complicated the ability of the public (and other researchers) to understand how the research was done. How can computational scientists effectively communicate, and ensure the verifiability and reproducibility of, their research? Join us for The Challenge of Communicating Computational Science, a panel discussion of these issues and more on Thursday, April 4, at noon in Columbias Faculty House. This event is free and open to the public.

Neil Chue Hong, Director, Software Sustainability Institute
Matthew Jockers, Assistant Professor of English, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Dan Ellis, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, Columbia University

This event is the fourth event this academic year in the speaker series Research Without Borders: The Changing World of Scholarly Communication. Follow the discussion live on Twitter at http://twitter.com/ScholarlyComm or by using the hashtag #rwob.

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