ThoughtWorks Engineering for Research (e4r™) initiative is our response to this challenge. The initiative intends to nurture a long-term and in depth engagement with the scientific community. e4r™ is committed to advance research in the fields of radio and optical astronomy, genomics, molecular dynamics and urban sciences.
Our Working Hypotheses
We know ambitious big science projects face computational challenges greater than or on par with what popular internet giants face. We also know that advances in computer science and software engineering can significantly contribute to the progress of pure science.
Who we work with
Our Research Publications
External Conference Talks
- A Compositional Lens on the Drivers of Complexity by Harshal Hayatnagarkar, Computational Scientist, ThoughtWorks at International Conference on Complex Systems 2018
- Modeling at Speed of Thoughts by Jayanta Khsirsagar, ThoughtWorks at Conference on complex systems, NTU.
- Actor Based Architecture for World’s Largest Telescope by Saloni Vithalani & Unmesh Joshi, ThoughtWorks at ReactiveSummit Conference, Montreal, 2018
- Service Discovery using CRDTs by Mushtaq Ahmed & Unmesh Joshi, ThoughtWorks at ReactiveSummit Conference, Austin, 2017
- Automated Data Processing for uGMRT and MeerKAT Absorption Line Surveys by Dolly Gyanchandani & Ravi Sharma, ThoughtWorks at H1 Absorption Conference, ASTRON, Netherlands
- Machine Learning for Scientific Discovery by Shraddha Surana, ThoughtWorks at ADASS, Groningen, Netherlands, 2019
ThoughtWorks e4r™ Symposium
ThoughtWorks Engineering for Research Symposium is a yearly by-invitation-only forum to collaborate with academicians, scientists, and engineers in the field of scientific research, in their pursuits to understand and manage complex systems. Multidisciplinary speakers share their insights and vision on topics ranging from physical sciences like quantum mechanics & cosmology to physiology, ecology, economics, and engineering.