HPC Wales Research and Innovation funding call
29 October 2013
High Performance Computing (HPC) Wales is inviting applications for funding for Research and Innovation projects involving collaboration between industry and academia, which require the use of high performance computing.
The Research and Innovation funding call is available to Welsh University academics and businesses based in Convergence Wales (West Wales, North Wales, and the Valleys). All applications must be received before the deadline of 6th December 2013.
The funding is a contribution towards the direct cost of a post-doctoral researcher for up to 12 months, to work on a project involving a business based in Convergence Wales and an academic partner at a Welsh University.
To apply for this funding, please visit the HPC Wales website for detailed information and an application form.
Cardiff University is a partner of High Performance Computing (HPC) Wales, a £40M pan-Wales project that is building a state-of-the-art high-performance computing infrastructure across the universities in Wales, to deliver research innovation, high-level skills development and transformational ICT for wide economic benefit. HPC Wales is part funded by the Welsh Government's ERDF and ESF Convergence programmes for West Wales and the Valleys and the UK Government’s Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.
For assistance in completing the application, please contact Cardiff's HPC Wales Training and Outreach Mentor: Luke Davies, firstname.lastname@example.org, 07850 771289.