We’re delighted to announce that RSECon2022 will be held in the Frederick Douglass Centre at Newcastle University with Mark Turner as our Programme Chair.

Mark is Head of Research Software Engineering at Newcastle University and has been heavily involved in the community for a number of years now, serving as a trustee on the society trustee board a few years ago. The trustees are really pleased to have him on board as Programme Chair for RSECon and know that the conference is in very safe hands. The conference committee are now meeting: see the current programme.

The conference will take place from Tuesday 6th to Thursday 8th September with colocated events on the Monday and Friday of that week.

Registration, submissions and programme

Registration is currently closed for RSECon22 – all tickets are sold.

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We had a record number of submissions this year. In total there were 129 submissions, 64 of which were accepted.

For stats nerds who want to drill down a bit more, that’s:

Open Calls

There are currently no open calls.

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Accommodation

The Newcastle Gateshead Initiative are helping us with discounted accommodation options during the conference (including the evenings before and after the conference to accommodate those travelling further to attend). Please click on the button under Useful Information to the right to see the current list of available hotels.

RSECon22 venues

The main conference venue for the programme and colocated events is:
The Frederick Douglass Centre
2 Science Square
Newcastle Helix
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE4 5TG
T: 0191 208 1500

Drinks Reception Venue on Monday 5th September:

Wylam Brewery

Casual Dinner Venue on Tuesday 6th September:

By the River Brew

Conference dinner venue on Wednesday 7th September:

Newcastle Civic Centre, Baronial Banqueting Hall

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