Engineers for Science

We connect Researchers with Software Engineers to create better Science

Interested in saving countless hours and making your research useful? 

Want to make an impact in an exciting field like Astrophysics?

Welcome to Engineers for Science! We believe that great science requires great software. Unfortunately, many researchers struggle to write effective code, leading to poor software quality, slowing down scientific progress.

That's where we come in. We connect researchers with experienced software engineers from the industry who can provide valuable feedback and guidance on best practices for software development. You can learn about some of these principles in our blog. By partnering with Engineers for Science, researchers can ensure that their software is a robust tool for their research and not a hindrance, enabling them to focus on their scientific discoveries.

But it's not just about helping researchers. Our initiative also benefits software engineers who are looking to gain experience in mentorship and leadership. By working with researchers, the engineers can gain valuable insights into the latest scientific discoveries and can apply their skills in new and exciting ways.

Join Engineers for Science today and help us bridge the gap between science and software engineering. Together, we can create better software and drive scientific progress forward.

Telescope of an observatory in Zurich

By providing feedback and by supporting our initiative, professors, organizations, and companies can make a positive impact and gain visibility in the scientific community. Even quarterly feedback can help us improve our platform and better serve researchers and software engineers. If you are interested in exploring opportunities for your group or sharing your insights and best practices, please get in touch for a call. We would be excited to hear your opinion and work together to advance scientific research. 

You can also access our custom GPT with the button below. It provides you with immediate feedback to your questions. For in-depth reasoning and discussion, we recommend collaborating in-person.