HPC Calls now Open

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There are several EPSRC HPC (high performance computing) calls out at the moment which researchers should be aware of.  If you would like to apply to any of them Research IT is able to help with the preparation of applications.

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Research Lifecycle Project Introductory Workshop

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The Research Lifecycle Project (RLP) has been mentioned several times in our blog but now it has a home of its own.  As well as launching a new dedicated RLP website there will also be a special introductory event to introduce researchers and research related staff to the RLP.

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Research Data Management Workshops

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Research involves generating, receiving, collecting and managing data in many forms, ranging from measurements and models to patient records and images. Managing data can be complex, but a little planning at the beginning can help you save time, increase your impact and work more effectively and efficiently.

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Research IT Club Feb – speakers announced

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The next Research IT club will take place on the 21st Feb and will feature updates from our research infrastructure and software engineering teams.  Our two feature presentations will look at how Research IT helped to improve the treatment of cancer patients in early clinical trials and the introduction of a new service to make research data sharing easier.

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Research Support Staff Wanted!

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Do you support research through your role in finance, as a technician manager, RBESS or in a support role such as Senior Experimental Officer?  If so we want to hear from you!  This Research Life Cycle workshop will look at the current state of administrative research support in the area of managing funding: post-award management and closing of award.

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CSF3 is coming…

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The CSF (Computational Shared Facility) and DPSF (Data Processing Shared Facility), the University’s flagship HPC systems for compute and high memory work, have been steadily growing over the past 7 years.  Approximately 4 million pounds have been invested resulting in over 10,000 CPU cores, over 1PB of scratch and 60TB of RAM being available.

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