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The use of nanoscale magnetic whirlpools, known as magnetic skyrmions, to create novel and efficient ways to store data will be explored in a new £7M research programme involving University of Southampton researchers.
Research Software Engineers (RSEs) are the people in research groups who write code, not papers. They are fundamental to research, but lack recognition for their work. To combat this oversight, we are running the world's first Research Software Engineer conference on 15-16 September 2016 in Manchester.
Health researchers from the University of Southampton are to play a key role in an ambitious national project to scan the bones, hearts and brains of 100,000 middle-aged people.
The second cohort of the students of the Centre for Doctoral Training in Next Generation Computational Modelling has arrived at Southampton.
Jupyter/IPython project has received US$ 6M funding for software engineering to support research and education
An open source software project involving the University of Southampton to extend the capacity of computational mathematics and interactive computing environments has received over seven million euros in EU funding.
Iridis Student Project Contest 2015 - a chance to present your work and win a prize! ** Note - submission deadline has been extended to 3d of June **
The University of Southampton is hosting the UK’s first Next Generation Computational Modelling ‘Summer Academy’ to train PhD students in cutting-edge computer modelling and programming technologies.
Southampton's Nmag open source software plays key role in study that captures magnetisation dynamics in magnetic memory in super slow-motion.
The Committee of the Institute of Physics Computational Group offers an annual thesis prize for the author of the PhD thesis that, in the opinion of the Committee, contributes most strongly to the advancement of computational physics. Runner-up prizes may also be awarded.