e-Science

The term e-Science as used in the UK refers to the technologies and to the scientific areas which are focused on the analysis of data that is challenging in terms of distributed computation, due to either its size or complexity. We are particularly concerned with the use of semantic technologies and with the interpretation of data via visualization allied to high-performance computing. We have close collaboration in the University with Manchester Computing, also with The North-West e-Science Centre where we are partners with School of Physics and Astronomy and the North-West Institute of Bio-Health Informatics. In the UK the e-Science group collaborates with the Open Middleware Infrastructure Institute.

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