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Registration is now open for a two-day tutorial on "Tools for Advanced Sampling of Macromolecular Systems" to be held on 16th and 17th May at EPCC. The workshop is part of the EPSRC/NSF-funded ExTASY project
For more details and to register, visit https://www.epcc.ed.ac.uk/extasy-tutorial-1617-may-2016
The Fortissimo 2 project has issued an Open Call for HPC Cloud experiments.
The Collaborations Workshop 2016 (CW16), organised by the Software Sustainability Institute, focuses on hot topics, sharing of best practice and nascent tools and approaches in research software. If you write, use or have an interest in software that enables better research then CW16 is a meeting you should strongly consider attending!
A mini supercomputer that powers virtual dinosaur races has been developed to show how the world’s most powerful computers work.
A partnership between EPCC and GexCon AS has created a unique explosion-modelling service for the petrochemical, nuclear, and general process manufacturing industries.
The Software Sustainability Institute, a team of experts from the universities of Edinburgh, Manchester, Oxford and Southampton, who are committed to cultivating world-class research through software, has received £3.5m funding to continue its valuable support for the UK's research software community.