Research IT Services
The Research IT Services (RITS) department develops, delivers and operates services to assist UCL researchers in meeting their objectives at each stage of the research lifecycle. These pages are here to help UCL researchers and other users to take full advantage of our services and include comprehensive user guides, contact information for support queries, and details about forthcoming training and events.
Explore Research IT Services
Services for computationally intensive research,
providing access and support for the Legion, Iridis and Emerald high
Professional research software development: programming effort, training, advice and tools to support best-practice in academic software.
Applications supporting funding and innovation through to publication and dissemination, including the IRIS, RPS and equipment catalogue applications.
A suite of services to facilitate better management of digital datasets by UCL researchers, their partners and collaborators.
Help & Self-service resources
We give free advice and consultancy on any aspect of IT related to your research. We'd also like your feedback on our services. We're here to help!
News & related information
Compressive sensing is a recent breakthrough in information theory that has the potential to revolutionise the acquisition and analysis of data in many fields. UCL Research IT Services (RITS) are an integral part of a team that recently secured grants from the UK research councils to develop compressive sensing techniques to address the challenge of extracting meaningful information from big-data.
Published: Nov 25, 2014 12:08:22 PM
The Research IT Services annual forum was held on Tuesday 17th June this year, and included talks explaining how Research IT Services can facilitate your research, demonstrations of our services, and the opportunity to speak directly with members of RITS Staff and network with fellow researchers from across UCL. See the programme for further details; links to the presentations will shortly appear here.
Published: Nov 13, 2014 4:24:03 PM
We have now launched a new wiki site providing information
and support for research computing platforms including Legion, Iridis
Published: Nov 13, 2014 4:23:16 PM
UCL's Research Data Services is the subject of a new research data management case study, one of 11 published by LIBER (the Association of European Research Libraries). You can download a PDF of the case study, or find all of the case studies here:
Published: Nov 13, 2014 4:22:18 PM