Have you ever tried to run someone else's code and failed? Have you had to reinvent the wheel for a sentence in a paper claiming 'a short calculation in my favourite programming language shows that claim xy is true'? In this short workshop we will discuss these questions, giving an introduction to reproducibility and what it means for computational non-linear algebra. We will organise an interactive part during which you, the audience, will try and reproduce research data you find on MathRepo. Bring your own laptops for this part! And we will tell you about MaRDI, a big German iniative which develops infrastructure for research data (code, software, computations,...) in mathematics. This workshop is organized by Alexander Elzenaar, Christiane Görgen and Lars Kastner and is part three of a series of workshops we run this summer.
At this event MathRepo, the repository for mathematical software run by the institute, will be introduced. Interesting mathematical research data for your own research within the repository will be presented by the contributors. We will look at MathRepo’s structure and functionalities and you will learn how your own data can become part of the repository by being guided through the steps of uploading material. You can bring your laptop, as you might want to discover MathRepo on your own. This event is organized by Carlos Amendola, Claudia Fevola and Tabea Bacher.
We offer an introduction to the mathematical software and computing facilities which you have at your disposal at the MPI-MiS. The goal of this tutorial is to enable you to take full advantage of the equipment and make collaborating with your colleagues as seamless as possible.This event is organized by Tobias Boege, Ronald Kriemann and Javier Sendra.