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Join us for an informal Edinburgh Carpentries community meeting to find out how The Carpentries may improve your research and how you can contribute to providing core computational and data analysis training to scientists in the Edinburgh area.
Collaborative research visits using High Performance Computing
Call for applications: next closing date 14th May.
HPC-Europa3 funds research visits for computational scientists in any discipline which can use High Performance Computing (HPC).
Visits can be made to research institutes in Finland, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden or the UK.
UK-based researchers can benefit in two ways: either by visiting a research group elsewhere in Europe, or by hosting a research visitor from another country email@example.com.
St Leonard's, Pollock Halls, University of Edinburgh, 8th May 2019
Registration is free and open to all.
EPCC's Women in HPC Chapter is excited to announce that we will be holding a launch event, to celebrate our recently formed chapter and to engage and develop our Women in HPC community. The chapter has a strong focus on diversity and we are particularly keen that the launch is open and welcoming to all, whether you are interested in becoming a member of the network or simply keen to be an ally and supporter.
Come to our session of lightning talks to learn how we work with industry and academia – and how we can help you too.
The University is to host a £79 million national supercomputer that will be five times quicker than the UK’s current capabilities.
The Software Sustainability Institute has been awarded £6.5 million funding to continue its world-leading work helping thousands of UK researchers from all areas to use software to increase the impact of their research.