SBA Research @ Dagstuhl Seminar on “Reproducibility of Data-Oriented Experiments in e-Science”
Rudolf Mayer and Andreas Rauber are currently participating in the prestigious Dagstuhl Seminar series, together with around 35 research fellows from Europe, Australia, Japan, Brazil and the USA.
The seminar deals with the challenges in making experimental research in e-Science reproducible. Many issues concern the lack of proper documentation of the experiments, the input data and parameters used, as well as the computing environment used as a platform. The target audience ranges from the original investigator to interested peers or reviewers.
SBA Research worked on the challenge of reproducible research in the EU-funded research project TIMBUS, which concluded in 2015, and will take up the outcomes and new developments of the seminar in the currently ongoing national project DEXHELPP, where reproducibility in e-Health research is one important aspect.
More information about the seminar can be found here.