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Ian Cosden is the Manager of HPC Software Engineering and Performance Tuning in the Research Computing department at Princeton University. He leads a team of Research Software Engineers (RSEs) who collectively complement traditional academic research groups by offering embedded, long-term software development expertise. He spearheaded the formation of Princeton RSE group in 2016 and grown it from a single RSE to its current size of 8 full-time RSEs. He is a steering committee member of the US RSE community, a Co-PI of the Framework for Integrated Research Software Training in High-Energy Physics (FIRST-HEP), and the founder and lead organizer of the Princeton Research Computing Bootcamp, a four-day training event in computational techniques for new researchers.
Sustainability of HPC Research Computing: Fostering Career Paths for Facilitators, Research Software Engineers, and Gateway Creators
Birds of a Feather
Computational and Data-Intensive (CDI) Methods