JASMIN provides the UK and European climate and earth-system science communities with an efficient data analysis environment. Many datasets, particularly model data, are too big to be easily shipped around: JASMIN enables scientists to bring their processing to the data.
The JASMIN environmental data analysis service (http://www.jasmin.ac.uk/) will be hosting a free conference on Monday, 27 June 2016 to Tuesday, 28 June 2016 in Didcot, Oxfordshire and are inviting new and current users of the service. The service is free to academic users and the conference is a great way to learn more about this data analysis service and how this can help you in your research.
The conference will include the following topics:
- Getting started with using JASMIN for scientific analysis;
- Optimising data analysis using the LOTUS processing cluster;
- High performance data transfer;
- Running your own infrastructure within the JASMIN cloud;
- Innovative analysis techniques.
For more information and registering for this conference, please see: