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About this workshop
Sharing open source is becoming a norm among researchers in all fields of science. But it is not always clear why it’s important and how to do it in the best possible way. During the workshop, we will talk about best practices in computational reproducibility and reuse. In addition, we will introduce a new service provided to IEEE authors called Code Ocean.
For the first time, IEEE authors can upload code and data in 10 programming languages* and link a working code in a computational environment with the associated article. By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to publish their conference algorithm, making it automatically available on their article page in IEEE Xplore. That algorithm can be cited using a dedicated Digital Object Identifier (DOI) in addition to the article citations.
The platform provides open access to the published software code, data, and results to view and download for everyone. Users can execute all published code without having to install anything on their personal computer. Everything runs in the cloud on CPUs or GPUs according to the user needs.
Speakers: Simon Adar
, CEO, Code OceanSunil Gupta
, Director of Product Innovation, IEEE
* Python, R, Matlab, Octave, Java, Julia, C/C++, Fortran, Perl, Lua.
Shahar Zaks is Director of Product at Code Ocean, a Cornell Tech incubated startup. He is a UX designer, creative technologist, and software developer; he holds a Master's degree from the Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at New York University, and a B.Sc. in Neuroscience from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
Sunil Gupta is currently the Director of Product Innovation, in the Global Product Design and Marketing group at IEEE. At IEEE, Sunil is involved in developing strategy, product vision, and partnerships as well as in driving implementation for new initiatives in data, content, text analytics, and skills-based training. Prior to joining IEEE in 2012, Sunil held senior positions at Novus Partners, a financial services startup and at Bloomberg to develop portfolio analytics platforms for institutional investors including hedge funds, fund-of- funds, and private equity funds to analyze portfolio risk, performance, and attribution. As the CTO at EggShell Games, a funded startup, Sunil developed voice technology and product vision to enable kids, 5-9 years, become avid readers. Sunil started his career at Bell Laboratories in 1989 where he led R&D efforts to develop new technology and many innovative software & hardware products for wireless communication, voice recognition, language learning, and VoIP.
Sunil has a Ph.D. in Computer and Systems Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and an M.B.A in Finance and Entrepreneurship from NYU Stern School of Business.
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