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e-Science Data, Information and Knowledge Transformation



edikt– e-Science Data, Information and Knowledge Transformation – is an initiative at the National e-Science Centre to construct novel data management and interpretation software tools, tools which will underpin the seamless linking, management and interpretation of the vast amounts of data available on global networks. edikt will enable e-Scientists to harvest the knowledge hidden in the acres of data with which leading researchers work.

edikt has been funded through a Research Development Grant by the Scottish Higher Education Funding Council – the largest such grant ever awarded by SHEFC. Fully funded for three years, it is hoped and anticipated that edikt will be extended for a further three years, during which central funding will tail off to be replaced by additional funding streams from academia and industry.

Maturity: Initial Research
Region: UK
Type: Other
Grant Value: £2,300,000.00
Start Date: 01/03/2002
End Date: Not specified
Project Status: funded
Funding Agency: SHEFC

Project Members
PIProject ContactOther Members
Prof Arthur Trew
Dr Rob Baxter (Local)
Mr Terry Rodgers
Mr Ted Qingying Wen
Mr Robert Carroll
Mr Charles Gadalla
Mr Alan Gray
Dr Aileen Campbell
Mr Brian Hills
Dr Davy Virdee
Dr Stephen Rutherford
Mr Bob Gibbins
Dr Denise Ecklund

Collaborating Organisations
National e-Science Centre

Component(s) Project Develops
This project is not associated with any components at present.

Application Area(s) associated with Project
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