Jean-Noël Grad

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Jean-Noël Grad
PhD student
Office:1.041
Phone:+49 711 685-67715
Fax:+49 711 685-63658
Email:jgrad _at_ icp.uni-stuttgart.de
Address:Jean-Noël Grad
Institute for Computational Physics
Universität Stuttgart
Allmandring 3
70569 Stuttgart
Germany


Research software engineer

ORCID: 0000-0002-5821-4912

GitHub: jngrad

Publications


Workshops

As a co-organizer:

  • ESPResSo and Python: Versatile Tools for Soft Matter Research, Institute for Computational Physics, Universität Stuttgart, Germany, October 5th-9th 2020, online event. URL
  • Active, Charged, and Magnetic Soft Matter Simulations with ESPResSo, Institute for Computational Physics, Universität Stuttgart, Germany, October 7th-11th 2019. URL


As an attendee:

  • Lamprecht, Barker, Martinez. What do we (not) know about RSE? International Series of Online Research Software Events (SORSE), October 30th 2020. DOI
  • Lamprecht, Katz, Psomopoulos et al. FAIR 4 Research Software. International Series of Online Research Software Events (SORSE), November 19th 2020. DOI
    • notes published in Gruenpeter et al. SORSE2020 outputs for the FAIR4RS workshop. Zenodo, 2020. DOI
  • Loewe, Katerbow, Seemann, Bach, Druskat. Herausforderungen für die nachhaltige Entwicklung, Bereitstellung und Pflege von Forschungssoftware in Deutschland. deRSE19, Albert Einstein Science Park, Potsdam, Germany, June 5th 2019. URL
  • Loewe, Bach, Druskat, Renard, Seemann. Nachhaltigkeit von Forschungssoftware. DFG-Rundgespräch, Robert Koch-Institut, Berlin, Germany, November 7th-8th 2019.
    • notes published in Struck et al. A Guide for Publishing, Using, and Licensing Research Software in Germany, Zenodo, 2020. DOI
    • de-RSE Position 001 published in Anzt et al. An environment for sustainable research software in Germany and beyond: current state, open challenges, and call for action [version 2; peer review: 2 approved], F1000Research, 2021. DOI

Teaching