|University of Manchester
|Research area code
|(I3) Software engineering
|Fellowship Inauguration Year
Research Software Engineering Open Science Community Building
I am a Research Software Engineer at the University of Manchester, with a background in computer science and mathematics. After receiving my undergraduate degree from the University of Delhi in 2022, I joined the University of Manchester RSE team in 2023. Prior to this, I was a part of the Princeton Research Computing group at the IRIS-HEP Software Institute, where I worked on research software in particle physics.
I am an Open Life Science project leader and a Carpentries instructor. I am passionate about open science and regularly deliver training workshops. My research interests include software sustainability, open-source software and community building.
I worked on the project ‘The Undergraduate's Guide To Research Software Engineering’ (TUG-RSE) as a part of Open Life Science's 6th Cohort. As an extension to the same, I am developing the project to provide an open-source, dynamic, and accessible collection of resources on Research Software Engineering to undergraduates and newcomers.
During my fellowship, I am developing TUG-RSE further as well as fostering a new Research Software Community at the University of Manchester. I hope to leverage the SSI community to better understand the RSE landscape across different organisations to build better communities.
|Collaborations Workshop 2024
|Tuesday, 30 April 2024
|Thursday, 02 May 2024
|Scientific Community Engagement Fundamentals (CEF)
|Thursday, 18 January 2024
|Friday, 08 March 2024