UK e-Science Programme awareness event on 1 May
15 Mar 2007
How to utilise e-Science methods in research proposals and collaborations
The UK e-Science programme has enjoyed a high international profile since its inception in 2001. The University of Manchester has played a major role in shaping the programme with major contributions, e.g. in Astronomy, Bioscience, Computer Science, Medical Science, Physics and Social Science. From 7-11 May 2007, The University of Manchester will host a major international e-Science/Grid event at Manchester Central, OGF20/2nd EGEE User Forum.
On 1 May 2007 The University of Manchester is organising an awareness event to present opportunities for University of Manchester researchers to benefit from this high profile event and to demonstrate the range of support for developing new collaborations and bids across the full range of the Research Councils. There will be presentations and demonstrations from successful projects and information about how to utilise e-Science methods for future proposals and collaborations.
The event will be held in the School of Computer Science, Kilburn Building, from 1pm on Tuesday 1 May 2007, with lunch provided. It is free to attend but numbers are limited. Registration is required.
To express interest in this event and for further details, contact:
- email@example.com or Kaukab Shah on 275 7040
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