High Performance Compute Resources Investment

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As part of the Research Lifecycle Programme, The University of Manchester (UoM) has made a £1 million investment into computational resource to further enable research across all faculties and institutes.

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Humanities Researcher Needing a Research Boost?

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Are you a Humanities researcher? Would you like to be able to repeat a simple computing task several times but don’t want to use your own machine to do this? By using the UoM computational shared facilities (CSF) you can offload your jobs to the high performance computing (HPC) facility. This will allow you to save space and resources on your own machine to work on something else.

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Users Needed for our Redeveloped Condor Pool!

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The Condor Pool is a high-throughput computing (HTC) resource freely available to all researchers at the University of Manchester.  The pool largely comprises of many of the PCs around campus located in teaching clusters.  At night and at weekends, these are rebooted into Linux and used to run large numbers of computational jobs.

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Wanted – Your Thoughts on Computational Resources!

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Last year, we held workshops to gather input on spending Research Lifecycle Programme (RLP) funds on developing our computational resources on a year-by-year basis.

We are already looking ahead to next year, and feedback from our research community is important in making sure we have the right resources in place for the future.

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Previous User of Regional HPC Resources?

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If you previously used N8 HPC or any of the Tier 2 resources then UKRI would like to hear from you!  UKRI currently have a survey available to users of EPSRC’s investments in HPC over the last decade including both users of the funded hardware and also beneficiaries of any HPC associated software investments (such as for training or software development).

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Want to use mobile apps in your research?

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Come along to the Research IT club on the 4th of April to find out more about our new mobile application development service.  If you want to use mobile apps in your research or are interested in having an app developed as part of a research grant application, then this is the Research IT Club for you!

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