Software Carpentry

Date and Time: 
2015 April 15 - FULL DAY
2015 April 16 - FULL DAY
2015 April 17 - AM only
FL2-1002 (next to the entrance of the building)
Jonah Duckles and Chris Hamm

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Speaker Description: 


Jonah Duckles is Director of Informatics and Innovation in a joint appointment with The University of Oklahoma's Libraries and Information Technology organizations. In this role he partners with researchers to improve their computational workflows while developing maker spaces. He holds a BS in Physics and an MS in Forestry and Natural Resources, both from Purdue.

Chris Hamm is a biologist and postdoctoral researcher at the University of Kansas. He combines field, laboratory, and computational biology to investigate the ecology and evolution of insects. He holds a BS and MS in Biology from California State University, Fresno, and a PhD in Entomology and a PhD in Evolutionary Biology from Michigan State University. Chris has a dog named Larry and began as a Software Carpentry learner.

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