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Software is now of great importance in almost all areas of research. With the growing complexity of software and computer hardware, the individuals who write research software have increasingly specialist skill sets that take time to develop and maintain. These individuals are generally unable to follow a standard academic career path since their focus on software does not provide the necessary research credit to enable this. The Research Software Engineering movement, which started in the UK and has been built up over the last few years, aims to recognise and support these individuals. We believe that an effective and sustainable model for providing Research Software Engineering capabilities is about more than just building software. In this article we present a model, along with supporting evidence of real-world activities, that defines the aspects that we believe are key to providing comprehensive and sustainable support for Research Software Engineering.
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Cohen, J., Katz, D. S., Barker, M., Haines, R. & Chue Hong, N., 29 Dec 2018, 2018 IEEE 14th International Conference on e-Science (e-Science). Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), p. 31-32 2 p.
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