Engaging research with e-Infrastructure
This website provides information to help the research community use and engage with computing infrastructure (e-Infrastructure) in the UK, including workshops, events and success stories.
Learn about how computing has enhanced the work of researchers in Archaelogy inthe first of a series of video case studies.
If you are a researcher wanting to make use of computing tools and technologies but don't know where to start, you've come to the right place. Use the navigation tabs above to get more information on news, events, and projects.
About the projects
e-Uptake, e-IUS and Engage are all collaborative projects
collectively involving many of the major, established players in the
e-research world – including the UK National Centre for e-Social
Science (NCeSS), the National e-Science Centre
(NeSC), the Arts and Humanities e-Science Support Centre (AHeSSC), the National Grid Service (NGS), and OMII-UK, involving the Universities of Edinburgh, Oxford, Southampton and Manchester, King’s College London, and the Science and Technology Facilities Council.
This work has been made possible by funding from the JISC.