• Research School Irregular

    Published: Wednesday, 09 May 2018

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    University of Manchester Postgraduate Research Showcase 2018 - SUBMISSIONS NOW OPEN

    University of Manchester

    Postgraduate Summer Research Showcase 2018

    CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

     

    Win up to £250!

     

    About PSRS 2018

     

    The University of Manchester’s Postgraduate Summer Research Showcase (PSRS) is a unique event that brings postgraduate researchers from across the University of Manchester all together under one roof. It provides a great networking opportunity for researchers to explore interdisciplinary connections, whilst giving wider stakeholders the chance to understand the brilliant depth and breadth of research at Manchester.

     

    By bringing a large conference environment to the University, it also gives an exciting platform for postgraduate researchers to practise their presentation and communication skills in front of both specialist and non-specialist audiences.

     

    This year’s event will take place on Tuesday 26th June 2018 in the Whitworth Hall and will feature over 150 poster presentations, as well as research images and interactive posters which will be displayed on touchscreens.

     

    The deadline for submissions to all the competitions is Monday 14th May 2018.

     

    Please visit our website http://www.psrs.manchester.ac.uk for further detail and guidelines.

     

    Any questions about the showcase or submissions should be sent to psrs@manchester.ac.uk

     

    You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter to get more news and updates!

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    With best wishes,

    On behalf of the PSRS Organising Committee

    gravatar Susannah Hymas

    Condor

    
    A good (and free!) resource for PhD students to know about is the University Condor Pool. Condor is the software layer that lets you run High Throughput Computing (HTC) jobs across tens or even hundreds of processor cores. Broadly speaking, HTC means that the same code runs on all the processors but each with different data. For example, a large data set can be broken up for analysis in parallel.
    
    
     
    
    
    To read more about Condor at Manchester, see:
    
    
    http://condor.eps.manchester.ac.uk
    
    
     
    
    
    If you want help or just to discuss if your research can be helped by Condor, please contact me:
    
    
    Ian Cottam, Technical Support Manager, LF24 in Kilburn; ian.cottam@manchester.ac.uk
    
    gravatar Susannah Hymas

    gravatar Susannah Hymas
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