News & events
April 23, 2013CheSC Annual report of 2012 available now
January 22, 2013PRACE Summer of HPC
January 02, 2013E-science seminar by Anders Sjögren at Fraunhofer-Chalmers Research Centre
November 29, 2012Short course in solving partial differential equations in python
October 12, 2012Supported projects in basic sciences following spring 2012 call
September 21, 2012Cloud Computing Course arranged by SNIC/C3SE
September 21, 2012Letters of Interest for Nordic e-Infrastructure Collaboration
Please find below an open letter from the NeIC organization that invites research communities to express interest in participating in the development of high-quality e-Infrastructure solutions in areas of joint Nordic interest. The Letters of Interest that we hope to receive will be used as basis for selecting a few strategic areas where NeIC will focus its efforts on developing innovative e-Infrastructure services.
May 22, 2012Basic Science Support project - call for proposals
February 20, 2012Chalmers e-science applications consultancy
November 30, 2011Seventh IEEE e-Science conference in Stockholm
November 30, 2011e-Science Pilot Project gets front page coverage
October 26, 2010e-science Homepage up and running
A Vision for Scientific Data e-Infrastructures
The High-Level Group on Scientific Data have presented a report, "Riding the Wave: How Europe can gain from the rising tide of scientific data", to the European Commission. The report highlights the opportunities and challenges associated with the growth of large-scale data. Recommendations include expanded funding for collaborative data infrastructures, and the development of advanced-degree programmes for the emerging field of data scientist.
Computational Frontiers in Scientific Discovery
A meeting on "Computational Frontiers in Scientific Discovery" takes place at the Royal Society, London, on 4 November 2010. This meeting brings together "leading scientists at the forefront of their disciplines, ranging from astrophysics and climate prediction, to genome biology and human variation. This meeting will explore the similarities and differences between the computational approaches across different disciplines and highlight potential synergies, whereby one discipline can borrow from another to speed up the process of discovery."
Data Integration in the Life Sciences
Chalmers University of Technology hosted the 7th International Conference on Data Integration in the Life Sciences (DILS 2010) in August 2010. Conference highlights included keynote presentations from Juliana Freire (University of Utah) on "Provenance Management for Data Exploration" and Joel Saltz (Emory University) on "High-performance Systems for In Silico Microscopy Imaging Studies".
Last modified: November 04, 2010
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