are keen to pursue partnership opportunities which relate to the
development, delivery and use of our services. Our partnerships cover
academic, industrial, commercial and charity sectors. For example, we
supply specialist research software development services to both
academic and industrial partners, deliver innovative e-infrastructure
design and configuration services and provide expertise in research data
management policy and best practice.
Science and Engineering South (SES)
consortium is a world-leading science and engineering research hub
formed by 5 leading research-intensive universities, focusing on the
development and operation of shared e-Infrastructure and other major
eMedlab is an £8.9m MRC-funded medical
informatics platform being developed by a consortium comprising UCL,
Queen Mary University of London, London School of Hygiene & Tropical
Medicine, the Francis Crick Institute, the Wellcome Trust Sanger
Institute and the European Bioinformatics Institute.
The Farr Institute for collaborative
research in health informatics was established in 2013 following an MRC award
totalling £5.3m. Research IT Services have partnered with Farr London to
provide them with HPC and Research Data storage solutions, as well as training
to help researchers who are new to HPC exploit its capabilities for the first
We work with colleagues in UCLC to provide advice and consultancy to UCL start-ups
and other enterprise initiatives, with a focus on software engineering
and development for academic spin-outs.
EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Medical Imaging
NVIDIA GPU Research Centre
UCL has been awarded NVIDIA GPU Research Centre status in recognition of its advanced research using GPU technology in a wide variety of areas.
As part of this initiative, UCL RITS hosts a number of NVIDIA GPUs and
other accelerators within the Legion cluster, including a Tesla K40c
provided by NVIDIA. For advanced NVIDIA programming queries, UCL researchers can also contact a designated NVIDIA technical liaison.
Find out more at the UCL Research Programming Hub