Are you a computational scientist (but not a computer scientist) who develops scientific software? That is, do you use mathematical models to describe scientific processes and then implement these models in your software?
Is your main reason for software development to advance science?
Is your software used by a wider community of scientists (and maybe not only scientists)?
Would you be willing to spare about one hour of your time to participate in a PhD study?
If you answered yes to all the above questions, please email Aleksandra Pawlik, a PhD student from the Open University whose research focuses on software development practices of computational scientists.
Your participation will only involve being interviewed for approximately one hour at a time suitable for you. The study is completely anonymous.