2013 Centre for eResearch Annual Report
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The computational demands of today’s research questions often require specialised computing and storage infrastructure, along with advanced software tools and services. The Centre for eResearch pioneers the development of such infrastructure and services on behalf
of the University’s research communities. We work hand-in-hand with researchers to help them leverage computational advances in pursuit of their own research questions. To this end we provide a sophisticated high performance cluster computing environment, advanced storage solutions tuned for managing large research data collections and a variety of software services.
Our vision at the Centre for eResearch is to be a nationally and internationally influential community of eResearch practitioners, developers and thought-leaders. We aim to excel in facilitating the research of others, as well as contributing to the evolving research themes within the field of eResearch itself. This publication showcases a small fraction of the research projects from 2013 that the Centre for eResearch has helped to facilitate.
Professor Mark Gahegan
Director, Centre for eResearch