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Study of User Priorities for e-Infrastructure for Research

EPSRC and JISC are funding a project - Study of User Priorities for e-Infrastructure for Research (SUPER) - to discover short-term issues that can be addressed within current funding streams, and the infrastructures that are needed in the medium-term supported by new funding streams, to provide an order of magnitude increase in the use of the UK's e-Infrastructure.

The project will provide a set of preliminary findings for public comment in late January 2007 and a workshop in the late Spring to disseminate the report's conclusions to the wider community. Input for this report is being undertaken through a series of face-to-face meetings and an on-line survey http://www.zoomerang.com/recipient/survey-intro.zgi?p=WEB225QB3ZXVKW. The responses from the survey will be used to determine the final set of face-to-face visits.

Please take the time to provide your views - even if you have never used or are new to the world of e-Science - we value input from everyone! One respondent, selected randomly, will win an iPod shuffle!

Steven Newhouse (OMII-UK)
Andrew Richards (NGS)
Jennifer Schopf (JISC/Globus)

 

 
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