Software Sustainability Institute

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Software Sustainability Institute
Abbreviation SSI
Formation 2010
Purpose A national facility for building better software
Headquarters EPCC
Neil Chue Hong[1]
Key people
Malcolm Atkinson
Les Carr
David De Roure
Carole Goble
David Gavaghan
Simon Hettrick
Mark Parsons

The Software Sustainability Institute is a national facility for building better software based in the UK and founded in 2010. The Institute is based at the University of Edinburgh (EPCC formerly Edinburgh Parallel Computing Centre) with sites at the University of Manchester and the University of Southampton. It is an academic institute run for the benefit of researchers and software developers, and funded with over £4 million from Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC)[1] with further funding from the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC).

The Principal investigator of the project is Neil Chue Hong with support from Malcolm Atkinson, David De Roure, Carole Goble and Mark Parsons.[1][2]

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Requirements Engineering for Sustainable Systems

Software Carpentry

Workshop on Sustainable Software for Science: Practice and Experiences ( WSSSPE)

Sustainable Software Development

Sustainable Software Development: An Agile Perspective