Research Software Development - Call for Proposals

The call for proposals is now closed for the year 2021 and will reopen next year.

Shortlisted projects for the year April 2021-22 are as follows:

Project Name 

Faculty 

Applicant 

Computational Electrodynamics Solver 

Science 

Engineering (Leibniz University Hannover, Germany)

Lora Ramunno 

Antonio Cala’ Lesina

Open Educational Resources-OER 

Social sciences 

Nadia Abu-Zhara 

Improvement of Eduscience Web Tool 

Education

Engineering 

Louis Trudel

Gilbert Arbez 

Second language teaching -MyAnnotator 

Arts(OLBI) 

Marie-Josee Hamel  

GENLIB: an R package for the analysis of genealogical data 

Medicine 

Mathematics 

Marie-Hélène Roy-Gagnon; 

Dr. Kelly Burkett 

Phishducation: education about phishing 

Engineering 

David Knox -  

Virtual Soldier Assessment tool 

Health Sciences 

Ryan Graham 

GenderSmart - inclusive curriculum  

Telfer School of Management 

Barbara Orser - 

Simudo : for analyzing semiconductor devices  

Science 

Jacob Krich 

Supreme Court analytics: web-based Shiny Dashboard to display analytics 

Law 

Wolfgang Alchener 

 

About the Research Software Development Project 

This project will help researchers refine existing software tools to improve security, usability, and robustness, disseminate research software beyond the lab in which it is created, and enhance existing functionality.  Additionally, this project will provide direction on future research software packages offered to research groups. The objective is to establish a more engaging research support community by helping research with software development and training that leverages Canadian digital research infrastructure.  

 

This project has been made possible by funding from the Canadian Network for the Advancement of Research Industry and Education (CANARIE).

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