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Research Computing Drop-In

The Research Computing Drop In is a weekly event to support, engage, and inform all Warwick researchers from PGR to Senior Professor in all things Research Computing. Research Computing is any research where use of a computer is integral to the research. Anyone matching this description is welcome to come along and engage with others on this topic.


Bioinformatics RTP Clinics

Bioinformatics RTP Clinics take place weekly in a 3-hour format. Join us at any point during these three hours and we will deal with your Bioinformatics queries on the spot if at all possible. Talk to us about Bioinformatics analyses, new technologies, high-performance computing, programming, one-to-one training, or any other questions. Do feel free to just join us for chat, too, without a specific question.

Tue 27 Feb 2024, 18:00 | Tags: Bioinformatics

18th - 22nd March is RSE Training Week!

Explore and sign up for the training courses run by Warwick's Research Software Engineers, week commencing 18th March 2024.

Thu 14 Mar 2024, 14:09

RSE Midlands 2024: Calling all those interested in Research Software Engineering in the Midlands!

You are invited to participate in the third edition of the annual RSE Midlands Conference which will be hosted by the University of Warwick at the beautiful Scarman Conference Centre. This year’s conference is an opportunity to foster community building, meet new and old friends, and learn more about the incredible breadth of skills RSEs in the Midlands possess and envisage. 🤝

This event is proudly sponsored by the Centre for Research in Statistical Methodology (CRiSM) and the Society of Research Software Engineering.

Thu 18 Jan 2024, 10:07 | Tags: Presentation, Research Software Engineering, HPC, Networking

Dr Matthew Ismail appointed as Technical Director of Research Computing

Dr Matthew Ismail has been appointed to the new role of Technical Director of Research Computing. Matt will bring significant experience in managing high performance computing (HPC) architectures, including the EPSRC Tier 2 HPC facility “Sulis”, and a background in research to lead an enhanced, more strategic, visible and secure research computing provision to underpin the world class research at Warwick.

Sat 25 Nov 2023, 12:00