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Computers form an important part of modern scientific research and there is high flux of new technologies and approaches that continually fuel new developments in this field. There is a large, motivated community of workers in Cambridge who are doing exciting work with advanced computer hardware and software. However the work is organised in different fields and institutions, and interdisciplinary exchange is usually difficult. SciComp@Cam is being set up to provide an informal forum for exchange of practical techniques and information between students, faculty and interested professionals and companies outside the University. The aim of the group is to bring together people with an interest in the interdisciplinary development and application of computers in science, and to provide a venue for sharing hands-on approaches to use of computers and application of hardware and software tools in science.
If you have a question about this list, please contact: Dr Jim Haseloff; s.j.eglen; mekentosj; Julian Huppert; Dr Alexandre J. Kabla; swain; Gos Micklem. If you have a question about a specific talk, click on that talk to find its organiser.
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