call: Invitation for proposals

Resource Allocation Panel (RAP): access to ARCHER (spring 2017)

EPSRC offers access to ARCHER through calls for proposals to the Resource Allocation Panel (RAP). Users can request significant amounts (>1,000kAUs or >66,667 ARCHER core hours) of computing resource over a maximum one-year period. The aim of this call is to provide access to our national state-of-the-art high performance computing facility for proposals of high scientific quality that would benefit from ARCHER.

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call: Invitation for proposals

Resource Allocation Panel (RAP): top-up of ARCHER resource on EPSRC grants (spring 2017)

Access to the national high performance computing resource, ARCHER can be allocated as part of EPSRC grants at the time of award. The aim of this call is to provide top-up resource on our national state-of-the-art high performance computing facility for all existing EPSRC grant-holders for a maximum of two years.

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news: Press Release

Six High Performance Computing centres to be officially launched

New High Performance Computing facilities will give researchers access to powerful computers.

This article relates to the following themes Engineering ICT Physical Sciences Research Infrastructure
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EPSRC report shows how research helps make the UK successful

The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), today published its impact report for 2015/2016. 

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news: Press Release

Chance find has big implications for water treatment's costs and carbon footprint

Accidental discovery of bacteria could lead to huge reduction in electricity costs of cleaning up wastewater

This article relates to the following themes Energy Engineering
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Blog

Focus On: EPSRC ICT Early Career Researchers Workshop

In February and March 2017, EPSRC’s ICT theme held a pair of two-day workshops to provide guidance and mentoring for ICT researchers at the early stages of their academic careers. These events were very popular and over-subscribed – meaning that some of our Early Career researchers were unable to gain a place. Adam Luqmani, one of our ICT Portfolio Managers provides an overview of the events, their highlights and some take away messages from our attendees.

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Deciphering the dawn chorus

Find out how EPSRC supported research at Queen Mary University of London could provide more insight into how birds communicate with each other.

This article relates to the following themes Engineering ICT Manufacturing the future Mathematical sciences
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news: Press Release

Research teaches machines to decipher the dawn chorus

Innovate machine listening research provides new insight into interaction between birds and teach machines how to understand the world around them

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call: Invitation for proposals

Research Institute in Hardware Security - Call for Director

Reflecting the aims of the National Cyber Security Strategy, the UK Government and its delivery partners are working to increase the UK's academic capability in all fields of Cyber Security. EPSRC and NCSC are inviting proposals from academic researchers to form a Research Institute in Hardware Security.

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news: Press Release

Boost for ground-breaking research into self-healing construction materials

£4.7 million for further ground-breaking research to develop self-healing concrete announced during Science Minister’s visit

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A Snapshot of Science

British Science Week begins on the 10 March; featuring an array of exciting science-based events and activities across the UK designed to engage more people with science, technology, maths and engineering. Asha Patel, an EPSRC E-TERM post-doctoral fellow at the University of Nottingham and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) tells us about her experience in creative science communications.

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CRUST adds new layer of defence against earthquakes and tsunamis

New computer model simulates whole chain of events caused by offshore earthquakes

This article relates to the following themes ICT LWEC
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EPSRC welcomes Chancellor's boost for science and skills

Investment in development of disruptive technologies and support for research talent welcomed

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