Research Software Engineering Groups Around the World

International RSE Groups

Research Software Engineering Groups provide a home for research programmers who collaborate with researchers on multiple research projects

Most Research Software Engineers are employed as Research Associates on individual research projects. But we are particularly interested in the ways in which research organizations bring research programmers together into larger teams, and are trying to maintain a list of such groups here, not just in the UK, but around the world.

These may be formal organizations, or looser federations. They may be based in universities or in national labs or research institutes, and in academic departments or in university IT organizations.

If your place of work meets the above definition, and is based outside of the UK, please submit a pull request to this page to add it to the list.

We also maintain a list of groups based in the UK.

List of International RSE Groups

Country Organization Group(s)
Canada CANARIE Research Software Program
Canada Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics Research Computing Group
Germany National German RSE Community
South Africa University of Cape Town eResearch and Computational Biology Division (developers employed by the Division)
South Africa University of the Western Cape South African National Bioinformatics Institute (developers/devops employed by the Institute)
Sweden Developer group at National Bioinformatics Infrastructure Sweden Multiple groups within Sweden
USA Argonne National Laboratory PETSc Team
USA Indiana University Data to Insight Center (D2I) and Pervasive Technology Institute (PTI)
USA Louisiana State University, Center for Computation and Technology HPC enablement group
USA National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) at University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign parts of various groups
USA RENCI at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill parts of various groups
USA University of Virginia, Charlottesville Advanced Research Computing Services