New University-wide journal club tackles issues of open and reproducible research practices

A new university-wide journal club started in October, as part of an international open science initiative called ReproducibiliTea.

The ECR-led journal club meets monthly to tackle issues of open and reproducible research practices, and is open to all, from undergraduate students to academic staff.

Dr James Shaw, Postdoctoral Research Associate in Civil & Structural Engineering and organiser of our University’s ReproducibiliTea, has written a blog post summarising the journal club’s first meeting:

Read blog post

The next Sheffield ReproducibiliTea will take place at 1pm on 14 November 2019 in the Pam Liversidge Building, room E06. The group will be covering a recent opinion piece by Olivier Mesnard and Lorena Barba, 2017: Reproducible and Replicable Computational Fluid Dynamics: It’s Harder Than You Think.

If you’d like to attend, log into your University account, where you can join the Google group and subscribe to the Google calendar.

If you’re interested in co-organising meetings, or have any questions, get in touch with James Shaw jamesshaw@sheffield.ac.uk