I’ll be leaving King’s Digital Lab (KDL) this month, after 6 wonderful years, for a new role as Professor of Digital Humanities in King’s Department of Digital Humanities (DDH). Although merely a move over to the other half of Digital Humanities at King’s, and a return to a department I used to hold a fractional appointment in, it represents a significant milestone in my career. I’m grateful to the many people who have supported me to this point, in New Zealand, Australia, Jordan, and the United States, as well as the UK.
Framing the Problem: AHRC IRC UK-Ireland DH Network
My talk about Research Software Engineering (RSE) career paths for the UK-Ireland Digital Humanities Network workshop 'Capacity Enhancement in DH: Training and Beyond', 15 December 2020.
King’s Digital Lab as Experiment and Lifecycle
This SORSE talk, delivered with KDL Deputy Director Arianna Ciula, describes King’s Digital Lab (KDL), a Research Software Engineering lab operating within the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at King’s College London (UK).
King’s Digital Lab Research Software Engineering Career Paths
The slides of my talk 'King’s Digital Lab Research Software Engineering Career Paths', presented at the Russell Universities Group IT Directors Forum (RUGIT), 19 September 2019.
Research Software Engineering in Jordan: The MaDiH (مديح) Project
Slides of 'Research Software Engineering in Jordan: The MaDiH (مديح) Project', delivered at RSE2019, 18 September, 2019.
Innovation at the Intersection: Using STS to enable University – Technology Sector Collaboration
Slides of my talk 'Innovation at the Intersection: Using STS to enable University – Technology Sector Collaboration', delivered at the 4S Society for the Social Studies of Science conference, New Orleans, 04 September 2019.
Research Software Careers: Establishing Local, National & International Pathways
Slides for my talk 'Research Software Careers: Establishing Local, National & International Pathways', at the launch of Research Software London, Imperial College London, October 18, 2018.