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31 Jan 06
Launch of network in computational steeringThe purpose of CompuSteer, an EPSRC-funded network, is to encourage the development of a computational steering community, promote collaborative activities amongst members and chart the computational steering literature. Travel bursaries are available to aid collaboration. Our aim is to generate new research proposals to funding bodies, bring added value to existing research projects, generate new publications and increase the membership of our community. The first call for bursaries is in progress with a closing date for applications of 24 February 2006.

20 Jan 06
GGF Newsletter Jan 2006The January edition of the GGF newsletter is available via the link above in pdf format.

19 Jan 06
Data management on the Grid, and the Grid FTP standardInfoWorld - USA ... GPFS," said Bill Allcock, technology coordinator at Argonne National Laboratory, and ... compelling work they're doing with the Belfast e-Science Centre for that ?

11 Jan 06
AGSC SurveyWe would like to determine an accurate picture for the UK of how good the Access Grid is at what it aims to do, that is, in facilitating remote collaboration and providing an effective, productive alternative to face-to-face meetings. Also, we'd like to know whether what we are doing as a support centre is helpful in improving quality. To this end, we have compiled a short survey (it has only 6 questions) with an opportunity to submit comments. Michael Daw Team Leader, Collaborative Working Developments

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