Research IT Services Annual Forum
Thursday, 13 June 2013 from 12:15 to 19:30 (BST)
London, United Kingdom
Research IT Services Annual Community Forum - Programme
12.15 – 1.00pm Registration and Lunch. Roberts Foyer.
1.00 – 1.05pm Gavin McLachlan, Director, Research IT Services. Welcome and Opening Remarks.
1.05 – 1.15pm Prof David Price, Vice-Provost, Research. Introduction.
1.15– 1.20pm Clare Gryce, Head of Research Computing and Facilitating Services. Introductory Remarks.
1.20 – 1.45pm Dr Alberto Roldan Martinez, UCL Chemistry. Heterogeneous Catalysis and High Performance Computing using Legion and IRIDIS: A Time Line.
1.45 – 1.50pm Graham Hunt, Head of Research IT Applications and Services. Introductory Remarks.
1.50 – 2.15pm Dr Jacky Pallas, Director, UCL Platform Technologies. The UCL Research Equipment Catalogue.
2.15 – 2.20pm Dr Max Wilkinson, Head of Research Data Services. Introductory Remarks.
2.20 – 2.45pm Dr Dugan Witherick, Research Data Services. Removing the Burden of Data Storage: Introducing UCL Research Data Services.
2.45 – 3.30pm Break for Refreshments. Roberts Foyer.
- View demonstrations of Research IT Services
- Opportunity to speak with Research IT Services StaffCotPublish
3.30 – 3.35pm Dr James Hetherington, Research Software Development Team Leader. Introductory Remarks.
3.35 – 4.00pm Andrew Smith, UCL Energy Institute & Chair of Research Software Development Executive. First Progress Report from The Research Software Development Executive.
4.00 – 4.25pm Dr Remigijus Lape, UCL Neuroscience, Physiology & Pharmacology. Restructuring DCPROGS, A Suite of Programs for the Analysis of Single Ion Channels.
4.25 – 4.55pm Research IT Services Panel Discussion.
4.55 – 5.00pm Clare Gryce.Closing Remarks.
5.00 – 7.30pm Drinks Reception. Roberts Foyer.
When & Where
Research IT Services, UCL Information Services Division
The Research IT Services (RITS) department develops, delivers and operates services to assist UCL researchers in meeting their objectives at each stage of the research lifecycle. The department brings together the established Research Computing Services group with new initiatives in Research Data storage and management, Research Software Development and Research Applications to aid productivity and publication, and to facilitate collaboration.