This months newsletter was focused on the SafePod launch, our last engagements for RLP2 and an upcoming webinar on Figshare.
Read more about Colette and Angus’ views on future investment into research support at our University through RLP2.
Find out more about the Figshare launch and the new Pure Portal project.
An update on RLP’s focus areas as we enter year 4 of the programme.
An update on RLP’s 2020/21 focus areas and where we are up to so far.
Using the HPC Pool to help understand the fundamentals of metallic joints in next generation nuclear reactors
Find out more about the High Performance Compute (HPC) Pool – a resource that allows the University’s research community to address larger scale computational problems and take on research that previously exceeded our resources.
The programme have now launched the edge compute service. Find out more and join us for a webinar on Thursday 26 November.
Find out more about the brand new platform, the Computational Shared Facility 4 (CFS4), also known as ALAN (Advanced Linux Algorithms and Numerics).
This month we are pleased to announce the launch of Overleaf – a collaborative authoring tool for researchers, staff and postgraduate researchers (PGRs). Read the newsletter to find out more about this and other RLP projects.
An update on RLP’s focus areas this year after SCSC approved our business case.