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AI3SD Video: AI and optimisation in Computational Chemistry

Grant Hill
Numerical methods of optimisation are vital in chemistry, ranging from finding the lowest energy of a molecule through to reactor design. This talk will discuss two examples of how we are using optimisation techniques to work towards automating the discovery of new materials and developing computational chemistry methodology. The first of these is an AI3SD funded project where we set out to develop new membranes for water desalination using artificial intelligence techniques. In the second,...

Open Research Contexts (OpenFest session recording)

Emily Nunn & Jamie McLaughlin
Session at OpenFest 2022: Emily Nunn (University Library), Open Access to Health and Education Research outside Academia Jamie McGlaughlin (Digital Humanities Institute), It Is Happening Again: Do we keep Building the Same Digital Humanities Website? A two-day programme of talks, panel discussions and project showcases, OpenFest provided an opportunity for University of Sheffield researchers and information/software professionals to explore a range of issues around open research, including OA monograph publishing, Open Educational Resources, FAIR data...

Licensing Your Code for Better Impact (OpenFest session recording)

Kate O'Neill & Robert Turner
Session at OpenFest 2022:
Kate O’Neill (University Library) and Robert Turner (Research Software Engineering): Licensing Your Code for Better Impact: Making software openly available is crucial to open research, but how easy is it to do? In this talk we'll look at the barriers to openly licensing code, but also what opportunities open software can produce
This introductory talk was followed by open discussion which was not recorded.
A two-day programme of...

Open Educational Resources Toolkit Launch (session at OpenFest 2022)

Helen Moore & David Curtis
Launch of the White Rose Open Educational Resources Toolkit. Presenters: Helen Moore (University of Sheffield Library) and David Curtis (University of York) A two-day programme of talks, panel discussions and project showcases, OpenFest provided an opportunity for University of Sheffield researchers and information/software professionals to explore a range of issues around open research, including OA monograph publishing, Open Educational Resources, FAIR data and software, open qualitative research and software licensing.

Using qualitative methods to inform a household plastic packaging and food waste simulation model.

Jack Pickering & Christian Reynolds
Paper presented at Global Research & Innovation in Plastics Sustainability (GRIPS) 2022, 17th March 2022. The primary research for this project received ethical approval from the University of Sheffield Management school ethical approval board (ref no: 043489).

Data Visualisation in: Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Jacob Macdonald, Christopher Wild & Gemma Ives
Data Visualisation Community Group
As data grow and outreach opportunities become more plentiful, data visualisation is becoming an increasingly vital skill for researchers. The data visualisation community of practice seeks to bring together researchers from across the university to share techniques, discuss new or useful technology, get feedback on workflows and gather ideas from a wide community.
Slides from the launch event on 2022-10-11 Running in conjunction with Data Science Interest Group. We...

Open Research in Practice 1 (OpenFest session recording)

Jacob Macdonald & Matthew Hanchard
Session at OpenFest2022:
Jacob MacDonald (Urban Studies): The Open Research Project Lifecycle Matthew Hanchard (Sociological Studies): Models of Data Deposition
A two-day programme of talks, panel discussions and project showcases, OpenFest provided an opportunity for University of Sheffield researchers and information/software professionals to explore a range of issues around open research, including OA monograph publishing, Open Educational Resources, FAIR data and software, open qualitative research and software licensing.

Unleash Your Data and Software Project Showcase 2 (OpenFest session recording)

Monika Fratczak, Sylvia Whittle, Eleanor Hyde & Joanna Sutton-Klein
Session at OpenFest 2022 showcasing projects emerging from the University of Sheffield's 2022 'Unleash your Data and Software' funding competition for funding to make data/software more FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable): Monika Fratczak (Sociological Studies) - Living With Data Dataset Sylvia Whittle (Materials Science & Engineering) - TopoStats Software for Microscopic Data - slides can be accessed by downloading the html file and opening in your browser. Eleanor Hyde (Psychology) - Tatool-Web Support and...

Open Research Experiences (OpenFest session recording)

Stephen Allen, Andrea Paterlini & Daniele Tartarini
Session at OpenFest 2022: Stephen Allen (Management School): Publishing an Open Access Monograph (RECORDING ONLY) Andrea Paterlini (Biosciences): Microscopy Af-FAIR-s: The Power of Existing Datasets Daniele Tartarini (Computer Science), Enhancing Reproducibility of Biomedical Applications using Virtualisation (SLIDES ONLY) A two-day programme of talks, panel discussions and project showcases, OpenFest provided an opportunity for University of Sheffield researchers and information/software professionals to explore a range of issues around open research, including OA monograph publishing, Open Educational...

Unleash Your Data and Software Project Showcase 1 (OpenFest Session Recording)

Michael Pidd, Joao Duro & Neil Shephard
Session at OpenFest 2022 showcasing projects emerging from the University of Sheffield's 2022 'Unleash your Data and Software' funding competition for funding to make data/software more FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable): Michael Pidd (Digital Humanities Institute) - 3D Polygon Models of five Cistercian Abbeys in Yorkshire Joao Duro (ACSE) - SIPHER Project: Open-Source Release of the Decision Support Tool Neil Shephard (Computer Science/Biosciences) - Improving Open Source PGFinder Software for the Structural Analysis of...

Open Research Futures (OpenFest session recording)

Adam Partridge, Zuzanna Zagrodzka, Jenni Adams & Rosie Higman
Session at OpenFest 2022: Adam Partridge (Open Research Training Lead), Get Involved! Open Research Communities at the University of Sheffield Zuzanna Zagrodzka (Biosciences / RoRi - Research on Research Institute): Accelerating the Open Research Agenda to Solve Global Challenges Jenni Adams and Rosie Higman (University Library), Developing Discipline-Specific Guidance on Making Research Data and Software FAIR A two-day programme of talks, panel discussions and project showcases, OpenFest provided an opportunity for University of Sheffield researchers...

Open Research in Practice 2 (OpenFest session recording)

Joe Heffer & David Wilby
Session at OpenFest 2022: Joe Heffer (IT Services): Research Data Management: A Software and Technology Perspective David Wilby (Research Software Engineering): Making MATLAB Projects Reproducible and Shareable A two-day programme of talks, panel discussions and project showcases, OpenFest provided an opportunity for University of Sheffield researchers and information/software professionals to explore a range of issues around open research, including OA monograph publishing, Open Educational Resources, FAIR data and software, open qualitative research and software licensing.

Open Research Conversation: Participants as Co-investigators: Opening up Research with Co-production (12th October 2022)

Vicky Farnsworth, Daniel Goodley & Matthew Flinders
Recording of an Open Research Conversation session from 12th October 2022. Open Research Conversations are a series of online seminars organised by the University of Sheffield Library, each of which addresses a particular issue in open research. Typically, there are two speakers followed by questions and open discussion. Questions and discussion were not recorded in order to promote open debate. All speakers consented to the publication and sharing of their talk.
Speakers: Vicky Farnsworth,...

Dealing with ’Sweaty Veg’: Emerging consumer challenges to plastic packaging for fresh food.

Jack Pickering
Presentation given at the RGS-IBG 2022 Annual conference at Newcastle University on Thursday 1st September 2022. It covers findings from the project 'Reducing plastic packaging and food waste through product innovation simulation', funded by the NERC SSPP challenge. The findings are presented in the rough outlines of a paper in preparation as of 6/10/22. The primary research for this project received ethical approval from the University of Sheffield Management school ethical approval board (ref no:...

Dealing with ’Sweaty Veg’: Emerging consumer challenges to plastic packaging for fresh food.

Jack Pickering
Presentation given at the RGS-IBG 2022 Annual conference at Newcastle University on Thursday 1st September 2022. It covers findings from the project 'Reducing plastic packaging and food waste through product innovation simulation', funded by the NERC SSPP challenge. The findings are presented in the rough outlines of a paper in preparation as of 6/10/22. The primary research for this project received ethical approval from the University of Sheffield Management school ethical approval board (ref no:...

Open Research in Practice 1 (OpenFest session recording)

Jacob Macdonald & Matthew Hanchard
Session at OpenFest2022:
Jacob MacDonald (Urban Studies): The Open Research Project Lifecycle Matthew Hanchard (Sociological Studies): Models of Data Deposition
A two-day programme of talks, panel discussions and project showcases, OpenFest provided an opportunity for University of Sheffield researchers and information/software professionals to explore a range of issues around open research, including OA monograph publishing, Open Educational Resources, FAIR data and software, open qualitative research and software licensing.

Licensing Your Code for Better Impact (OpenFest session recording)

Kate O'Neill & Robert Turner
Session at OpenFest 2022:
Kate O’Neill (University Library) and Robert Turner (Research Software Engineering): Licensing Your Code for Better Impact: Making software openly available is crucial to open research, but how easy is it to do? In this talk we'll look at the barriers to openly licensing code, but also what opportunities open software can produce
This introductory talk was followed by open discussion which was not recorded.
A two-day programme of...

Open Research Futures (OpenFest session recording)

Adam Partridge, Zuzanna Zagrodzka, Jenni Adams & Rosie Higman
Session at OpenFest 2022: Adam Partridge (Open Research Training Lead), Get Involved! Open Research Communities at the University of Sheffield Zuzanna Zagrodzka (Biosciences / RoRi - Research on Research Institute): Accelerating the Open Research Agenda to Solve Global Challenges Jenni Adams and Rosie Higman (University Library), Developing Discipline-Specific Guidance on Making Research Data and Software FAIR A two-day programme of talks, panel discussions and project showcases, OpenFest provided an opportunity for University of Sheffield researchers...

AI3SD Video: Skills4Scientists - Poster & Careers Symposium - Poster Compilation

András Vekassy, Aspen Fenzl, Erhan Gulsen, Hewan Zewdu, Jamie Longio, Maximilian Hoffman, Rhyan Barrett, Rubaiyat Khondaker, Anna Catton, Hongyang Dong, Kevin Calvache, Kaylee Patel, King Wong, Louis Greenhalgh, Rebecca Jane Clements, Thomas Allam, Sarah Scripps, Gavin Man, Samuel Munday, Michael Blakey, Graeme M. Day, Chris-Kriton Skylaris, Simon J. Coles, Stephen Gow & William Brocklesby
This video forms part of the Skills4Scientists Series which has been organised as a joint venture between the Artificial Intelligence for Scientific Discovery Network+ (AI3SD) and the Physical Sciences Data-Science Service (PSDS). This series ran over summer 2021 and aims to educate and improve scientists skills in a range of areas including research data management, python, version control, ethics, and career development. This series is primarily aimed at final year undergraduates / early stage PhD...

Data Visualisation in: Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Jacob Macdonald, Christopher Wild & Gemma Ives
Data Visualisation Community Group
As data grow and outreach opportunities become more plentiful, data visualisation is becoming an increasingly vital skill for researchers. The data visualisation community of practice seeks to bring together researchers from across the university to share techniques, discuss new or useful technology, get feedback on workflows and gather ideas from a wide community.
Slides from the launch event on 2022-10-11 Running in conjunction with Data Science Interest Group. We...

Open Educational Resources Toolkit Launch (session at OpenFest 2022)

Helen Moore & David Curtis
Launch of the White Rose Open Educational Resources Toolkit. Presenters: Helen Moore (University of Sheffield Library) and David Curtis (University of York) A two-day programme of talks, panel discussions and project showcases, OpenFest provided an opportunity for University of Sheffield researchers and information/software professionals to explore a range of issues around open research, including OA monograph publishing, Open Educational Resources, FAIR data and software, open qualitative research and software licensing.

Open Research in Practice 2 (OpenFest session recording)

Joe Heffer & David Wilby
Session at OpenFest 2022: Joe Heffer (IT Services): Research Data Management: A Software and Technology Perspective David Wilby (Research Software Engineering): Making MATLAB Projects Reproducible and Shareable A two-day programme of talks, panel discussions and project showcases, OpenFest provided an opportunity for University of Sheffield researchers and information/software professionals to explore a range of issues around open research, including OA monograph publishing, Open Educational Resources, FAIR data and software, open qualitative research and software licensing.

Unleash Your Data and Software Project Showcase 2 (OpenFest session recording)

Monika Fratczak, Sylvia Whittle, Eleanor Hyde & Joanna Sutton-Klein
Session at OpenFest 2022 showcasing projects emerging from the University of Sheffield's 2022 'Unleash your Data and Software' funding competition for funding to make data/software more FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable): Monika Fratczak (Sociological Studies) - Living With Data Dataset Sylvia Whittle (Materials Science & Engineering) - TopoStats Software for Microscopic Data - slides can be accessed by downloading the html file and opening in your browser. Eleanor Hyde (Psychology) - Tatool-Web Support and...

Using qualitative methods to inform a household plastic packaging and food waste simulation model.

Jack Pickering & Christian Reynolds
Paper presented at Global Research & Innovation in Plastics Sustainability (GRIPS) 2022, 17th March 2022. The primary research for this project received ethical approval from the University of Sheffield Management school ethical approval board (ref no: 043489).

Open Research Conversation: Rethinking Peer Review: An Exploration of Changing Peer Review Processes

Stephen Pinfield
Recording of the following session, part of the 'Open Research Conversations' seminar series at the University of Sheffield (organised by the University Library, Scholarly Communications Team): Rethinking Peer Review: An Exploration of Changing Peer Review Processes Thursday 10 November 2022, 12 noon to 1pm Peer review is an integral part of the academic publishing landscape, but is not without its flaws as a mechanism of quality control. This session, which features Stephen Pinfield (Information School...

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