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Grant from The Nordic e-Infrastructure Collaboration to CodeRefinery project

Center for Humanities Computing Aarhus

2019.07.09 | Anne-Mette Pedersen

Center for Humanities Computing is becoming a national hub for the CodeRefinery (CR) project with Max R. Eckardt hired as a part-time instructor and Kristoffer L. Nielbo as a steering group member.

CodeRefinery is a Nordic project funded for three years by NeIC (The Nordic e-Infrastructure Collaboration) that works with students, researchers, Research Software Engineers from all disciplines and national e-infrastructure partners to advance FAIRness of Software management and development practices so that research groups can collaboratively develop, review, discuss, test, share and reuse their codes. 

The project has received 794.264 kr. and runs from 1st March 2020 until 31st October 2021.



Kristoffer L. Nielbo, Associate Professor, Managing Director,

Center for Humanities Computing Aarhus