New Research IT Drop-in Sessions Announced!

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These sessions are specially designed to help quickly answer any queries, questions or issues you may be having with research IT services including software help, data visualization, research data management, access to HPC resources and much much more.  We can also help advise on how to include Research IT services in your grant bid proposals and how to cost for research outputs such as websites, code sharing, database distribution etc.

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Grant Support Clinic October

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Research IT offers a range of services to UoM researchers including access to high performance computing and research software consultancy but how do you know if these services are relevant to you and your research?  If they are how do you describe them and cost them correctly in your grant proposal?

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Software Sustainability Institute Fellowship Programme

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Applications are now open for the Software Sustainability Institute Fellowship Programme which engages with individuals who are passionate about research software use and/or development and helps to support them to better understand the challenges faced by their domains.  The programme also helps to support them as ambassadors for better software practices in their areas of working and Institutions.

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Introducing Research IT

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Research IT is here year round for researchers but the start of year is still busy for us.  Research IT will be out and about during September giving presentations to new research students who have joined the university.  The presentations cover the main services that we offer researchers and highlight our training and networking opportunities.

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USA – UK Travel Grants for Research Software Engineers

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The first two awards from the EPSRC USA-UK Research Software Engineer Travel fund have just been announced and Martin Turner from Research IT has been fortunate enough to receive one them.  The funding aims to encourage greater collaboration between the UK and USA-based Research Software Engineer communities to help with: investigating emerging hardware and the impact on software; building collaboration around a particular science area; developing common community codes; and building links between computational / computer science and mathematics.

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