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......@@ -11,6 +11,6 @@ gem "jekyll-sitemap", "~> 1.4"
gem "webrick", "~> 1.7"
group :test do
gem 'html-proofer', '~> 3.19.3'
gem 'html-proofer', '~> 3.19.4'
gem 'yaml-lint', '~>0.0.7'
end
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eventmachine (1.2.7)
ffi (1.15.5)
forwardable-extended (2.6.0)
html-proofer (3.19.3)
html-proofer (3.19.4)
addressable (~> 2.3)
mercenary (~> 0.3)
nokogiri (~> 1.12)
parallel (~> 1.3)
nokogiri (~> 1.13)
parallel (~> 1.10)
rainbow (~> 3.0)
typhoeus (~> 1.3)
yell (~> 2.0)
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rb-fsevent (~> 0.10, >= 0.10.3)
rb-inotify (~> 0.9, >= 0.9.10)
mercenary (0.4.0)
mini_portile2 (2.6.1)
nokogiri (1.12.5)
mini_portile2 (~> 2.6.1)
mini_portile2 (2.8.0)
nokogiri (1.13.6)
mini_portile2 (~> 2.8.0)
racc (~> 1.4)
parallel (1.21.0)
parallel (1.22.1)
pathutil (0.16.2)
forwardable-extended (~> 2.6)
public_suffix (4.0.6)
public_suffix (4.0.7)
racc (1.6.0)
rainbow (3.0.0)
rainbow (3.1.1)
rb-fsevent (0.11.1)
rb-inotify (0.10.1)
ffi (~> 1.0)
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ruby
DEPENDENCIES
html-proofer (~> 3.19.3)
html-proofer (~> 3.19.4)
jekyll (~> 4.2.2)
jekyll-feed (~> 0.16.0)
jekyll-paginate (~> 1.1.0)
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......@@ -221,5 +221,5 @@ Well done!
[ref2]: {% post_url /2019/10/2019-10-29-Blog-Post-Features %}
[ref3]: https://kramdown.gettalong.org/quickref.html
[issue-link]: https://gitlab.hzdr.de/hifis/software.hifis.net/issues/new?issuable_template=blog-post
[issue-link]: https://gitlab.hzdr.de/hifis/overall/hifis.net/issues/new?issuable_template=blog-post
[slug-generator]: https://blog.tersmitten.nl/slugify/
---
title: "New HIFIS course: Introduction to OOP in Python"
title_image: adi-goldstein-mDinBvq1Sfg-unsplash_shrinked.jpg
date: 2022-05-11
authors:
- klaffki
layout: blogpost
categories:
- news
excerpt: >
HIFIS Education & Training developed a new online course which will take place for the first time May 23–24, 2022: Object-Orientated Programming in Python.
---
## New HIFIS course: Object-Orientated Programming in Python
HIFIS Education & Training developed a new online course which will take place for the first time **May 23–24, 2022**: Object-Orientated Programming in Python. It aims at intermediate level users as some basic knowledge of Python is already required (variables, functions, loops, conditions). For details of the agenda have a look at the [course page](https://events.hifis.net/event/427/timetable/#20220523.detailed).
## Object-Orientated Programming
Object-Orientated Programming (OOP) is a popular and widely used programming paradigm where programs are written to describe the involved elements and the interactions between these. This is a popular approach for modelling and simulation problems. Among the languages that use OOP are Java, C++, Ruby — and Python. The latter will be used in this class to teach the concept.
## Registration is open!
The registration for this course is open until Sunday 15th of May, so do not hesitate to [secure your place](https://events.hifis.net/event/427/registrations/408/)! But please note, this is the first installment of this workshop. Bugs and hick-ups are to be expected. The instructors recommend to bring along some patience and popcorn ;)
---
title: "Insights from the 12th Incubator workshop"
title_image: jason-goodman-Oalh2MojUuk-unsplash.jpg
date: 2022-05-16
authors:
- klaffki
- spicker
layout: blogpost
categories:
- news
excerpt: >
The President of the Helmholtz Association, Mr Otmar Wiestler, invited data science experts and the coordinators from these five platforms to meet in Berlin — for the 12th Helmholtz Incubator Workshop.
---
### The Helmholtz Incubator and its plattforms
Since 2016, within the Helmholtz think tank [Incubator Information & Data Science](https://www.helmholtz.de/forschung/challenges/information-data-science/helmholtz-inkubator/) experts from all the Helmholtz Centers come together and promote pioneering Data Science initiatives: from big data analytics, supercomputing, the entire data lifecycle and software development, right up to artificial intelligence and robotics. To further these aspects, five platforms were created, each with a specific purpose: In addition to [HIFIS](https://hifis.net), our partner plattforms are Helmholtz Information & Data Science Academy ([HIDA](https://www.helmholtz-hida.de/en/)), Helmholtz Artificial Intelligence Cooperation Unit ([HelmholtzAI](https://www.helmholtz.ai/)), Helmholtz Imaging ([HIP](https://www.helmholtz-imaging.de/)) and Helmholtz Metadata Collaboration ([HMC](https://helmholtz-metadaten.de/en)).
### The 12th Helmholtz Incubator Workshop
The President of the Helmholtz Association, Mr Otmar Wiestler, invited data science experts and the coordinators from the five platforms to meet in Berlin — for the 12th Helmholtz Incubator Workshop. As it was the first in-person meeting for this group since the Coronavirus pandemic, we were particularly looking forward to it. On the first day, the successes and potential of our activities and platforms in 2021 were evaluated and discussed in breakout groups to gather ideas for the platforms' future concepts. On the second day of the workshop, we started with an exciting panel discussion, featuring the President of the Helmholtz Association and the platform’s Scientific Advisory Board Members reflecting on the achievements and prospects of the platforms. Towards the end, we broadened the view with an input from the Helmholtz Open Science Office from our platforms to the (digital) political landscape, including the German National Research Data Infrastructure (NFDI).
### What HIFIS took home
External guests delivered useful input and constructive ideas for the development of processes around industry-related research and cooperations.
The exchange with stakeholders from outside our plattform has been most valuable: We learned that a lot of aspects of HIFIS are received quite well —
in fact, we are very pleased to say that we received the best feedback of all five platforms. But we won't stop here, because there is still space for improvement and further developement.
We cherish the constructive feedback and enlightening perspectives for the further orientation of HIFIS and the other Incubator plattforms and will take them into account.
As a result of this workshop, we sharpened the future development of these plattforms and the overarching Incubator together and look forward to the next months.
---
title: "Incubator Summer Academy—From Zero to Hero"
title_image: spacex-uj3hvdfQujI-unsplash.jpg
date: 2022-05-20
authors:
- huste
layout: blogpost
categories:
- news
excerpt: >
The five incubator platforms Helmholtz.AI, Helmholtz Imaging, HIFIS, HIDA and HMC have teamed up to create an exciting program.
---
## Save the Date!
**Our Incubator Summer Academy "From Zero to Hero" will take place on September 12–23, 2022!**
The five platforms
[Helmholtz.AI](https://www.helmholtz.ai/helmholtz),
[Helmholtz Imaging](https://www.helmholtz-imaging.de/),
HIFIS,
[HIDA](https://www.helmholtz-hida.de/) and
[HMC](https://helmholtz-metadaten.de) have teamed up to create an exciting program consisting of:
* Data science workshops from beginner to expert level,
* a data challenge,
* keynote speeches, and
* plenty of digital and on-site networking opportunities.
_More information about the program and registration will be available here soon._
![Banner image for the Incubator Summer Academy]({% link assets/img/posts/2022-05-20-save-the-date-summer-academy/Incubator_Summer_Academy_visual_broad.jpg %})
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Opening research software as a product of the scientific work and a backbone of modern science helps acquiring cooperation internationally, for future scientific endeavors with new partners, for the transfer of knowledge into society and industry, and for adoption of research result by the industry.
The collection is intended to become a "flagship" of the Helmholtz Association for research software that appeals equally to research, citizens, industry and politics.
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As software becomes more and more important within research, the more we see the need for a RSD (Research Software Directory).
A <a href="https://sorse.github.io/blog/research-software-directories/">RSD</a> is a catalogue for research software.
This is based on the facts that software can be infinitely reusable within multiple different projects and currently almost no easy way of finding other researchers software exists.
We have plans to establish a Helmholtz-wide RSD to support the findability and reusability.
Therefore we are evaluating the reuse of the <a href="https://www.research-software.nl/">dutch RSD</a> for our purposes.
As software becomes more and more important within research, the more we see the need for a research software directory (<a href="https://sorse.github.io/blog/research-software-directories/">RSD</a>).
We think, research software and Research Software Engineers will benefit from a RSD in several points.
First, an RSD highlights research software as an equal research output to other publication types.
Furthermore, a software directory will promote the importance of Research Software Engineers as integral part of the scientific community.
Lastly, an RSD will support scientists and software engineers, to both discover and promote software relevant to their research topic.
We are currently establishing a Helmholtz-wide RSD by building on top of the open source <a href="https://research-software.nl">RSD</a> by the <a href="https://www.esciencecenter.nl/">netherlands eScience center</a>.
Active development has started in March 2022 in close collaboration with our dutch partners, and we are expecting a prototype for use in Helmholtz by July 2022.
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So far we contributed to the following conferences:
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<li><a href="https://indico.desy.de/event/31380/contributions/115816/">RDA DE 2022</a></li>
<li><a href="https://se-2022.gi.de/program/rse-workshops-und-bof">deRSE22</a></li>
<li><a href="https://de-rse.org/de/conf2019/">deRSE19</a></li>
<li><a href="https://de-rse.org/deRSE20/">deRSE20</a></li>
<li><a href="https://sorse.github.io/">SORSE</a></li>
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<h3>Helmholtz Software Spotlights</h3>
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The <a href="{{ '/spotlights' | absolute_url }}">Helmholtz Software Spotlights</a> is the public face of the Helmholtz Network for Research Software Engineering and shall become a unique place across all research fields presenting best in class software in different categories from all Helmholtz centres to the public and interested stakeholders in one place. Opening research software as a product of the scientific work and a backbone of modern science helps acquiring cooperation internationally, for future scientific endeavors with new partners, for the transfer of knowledge into society and industry, and for adoption of research result by the industry. The collection is intended to become a "flagship" of the Helmholtz Association for research software that appeals equally to research, citizens, industry and politics.
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