Celebrate Amazing Contributions to Research Software Engineering!
The RSECon23 committee is continuing with a recognition of outstanding RSE colleagues with an awards ceremony at this year’s conference. There will be the RSE Society Award for 2023, plus the re-named Claire Wyatt Community Awards to recognise the incredible contribution that Claire made to the Society over the past decade.
In the same line as last year, we’d like to award three amazing people who have been particularly successful in the past 12 months. The categories are : ‘Rising Star’, ‘Training & Education’ and ‘Impact’. The winners will be presented with their award at the RSE Conference in Swansea, September 5th-7th.
Nominations for this year’s awards are now closed.
Who is eligible?
Anybody doing research software engineering work, even if they don’t have the official job title of RSE. These individuals can be from any type of organisation.
This award would go to an individual who has made a significant impact in any part of the RSE community. This could include work done on a particular project, field of research or as part of a group. Other examples could include impact on the wider community, such as increasing RSE visibility and diversity.
This award would go to an individual who is at an early career stage, or has only recently started doing work in Research Software Engineering, but who has already made an outstanding contribution to their team, project or institution.
Training and Education
The final award category would be for an individual who is excelling at training and education, whether that is delivering training courses or writing the material.
Go for it! Nominate your colleagues and/or community members to show that you appreciate the work they do and the enthusiasm they bring to the role.
Award Presentation Ceremony
Find out the winners at the 2023 conference, where the successful candidates will be presented with their awards. Shortlisted nominees will be informed in early August, prior to the conference. All nominees will receive an email letting them know that they were appreciated and nominated.
Can I nominate more than one person for each category?
Feel free to nominate as many people as you would like.
Are you accepting nominees from non-academic institutions?
If the person is carrying out Research Software Engineering, no matter what institution or job title, they can be included in the nominations.
How much do we need to write?
Enough to convince the panel to shortlist your nominee!
What if this person is not intending to go to RSECon2023?
Can you convince them that it would be worth it to attend?! If not, no problem. If they are shortlisted they will be notified by email and if they are the winner their award will be delivered to their preferred address.
What is the award?
It will be a physical engraved award.
Who are the panel members reviewing the nominations?
They are a panel of volunteers from the community who will review the anonymised nominations.
Some colleagues and I all want to nominate the same colleague. Is it okay to submit a single nomination on behalf of the whole group (or at least a number of us), or should we each submit the form with our own views?
Each colleague should submit their own views to the form even if it is for the same colleague.