High Performance Computing support for researchers
30 January 2019
The Elizabeth Blackwell Institute, through its Wellcome Trust ISSF Award, is delighted to support a new post to provide High-Performance Computing (HPC) support for research groups in health and biomedical research at the University of Bristol.
We are pleased to welcome Dianaimh Greene (Dee), Graduate Trainee HPC and Health Sciences, who will work alongside biomedical researchers giving advice on running work on the HPC systems, programming and use of health/biomedical research-specific applications and other tools as needed.
This is the fourth post supported by the Elizabeth Blackwell Institute that provides cross-faculty help for researchers and is in addition to the previously funded roles in informatics and statistics.
The role is based in the Advanced Computing Research Centre (ACRC) and will support staff in the Life Sciences and Health Sciences faculties. ACRC develops and manages advanced computing solutions for the University of Bristol’s research community. Dianaimh Greene will work as part of a team to provide support and advice on using the HPC facilities to the health and biomedical research community of the University.
Contact Dianaimh Greene to discuss: email@example.com (mention you are seeking support from Dee in the email).