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31 Mar 04
Roberto Barbera to Visit NeSC from the 5th - 8th April 2004.

10 Mar 04
PPARC e-Science PhD Studentship Opportunity The University of Edinburgh is seeking applicants for a PPARC funded PhD studentship. The successful applicant will work under the supervision of Dr Phil Clark in the area of distributed data management at Edinburgh. This will include working with worldwide experts in mass storage at RAL (Rutherford Appleton Lab), CERN in Geneva and at SLAC at Stanford University in California. Applicants should have, or expect to gain a 2:1 honours degree in Physics, Computer sceince or related subject. It would be beneficial to have a keen interest in computing: in particular Java/C++, the Linux operating system and distributed/Grid computing.

01 Mar 04
NeSC Newsletter March 2004.

01 Mar 04
Digital Curation Centre (DCC) commences on 1st March

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