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Dr Peggy McCready, Director of Academic IT, writes: I am pleased to announce that Dr David (Dai) Jenkins has joined Academic IT as the Head of Research Computing and Support Services. This is a newly formed group that brings together … Continue reading
In the second part of our series outlining Academic IT Services’ revised and extended portfolio of services, we focus on the systems and services that we provide to researchers. Research Technology Consultation We offer consultation and advice for researchers and … Continue reading
For the second year, Advanced Research Computing (ARC) held an HPC (high performance computing) Showcase day on Thursday 21st April at the Oxford e-Research Centre. The event was entitled Bringing HPC Alive and was combined with a Lenovo & University … Continue reading
The Advanced Research Computing (ARC) team has scheduled the following courses this term. All are free for any member of the University to attend. One-day courses: These run from 10.00am until roughly 4.00pm. We will provide light refreshments; there will … Continue reading
The Advanced Research Computing facility (ARC) is a central resource available to researchers in any division or department of the University who need high performance computing (HPC). It is running a number of training courses during Hilary Term to help … Continue reading