EPSRC considers e-Infrastructure to be computing facilities and software for the support of research. Within e-Infrastructure our support is concentrated around eScience, Software, High Performance Computing and Cloud.
More details on the activities we are involved in can be found in the subsequent pages for each area.
The EPSRC e-Infrastructure team in collaboration with both its Strategic Advisory team (SAT) and key members of the community have developed an e-Infrastructure strategy and Software Infrastructure strategy to enable world leading research both now and in the future.
UKRI supports a wide-range of computational capabilities that can be requested by researchers seeking to contribute to the understanding of, and response to, the COVID-19 pandemic and its impacts.
The Research Infrastructure theme of EPSRC is interested in how the Cloud can be best utilised by researchers as a platform from which to carry out research computing.
Information about the high performance computing management, procurement, strategy and collaborative computational projects.
Collaborative computational projects, Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe (PRACE), ARCHER management
The EPSRC software development strategy identifies three types of strategic intervention according to the timescale over which their effect will be felt.
Collaborative computational projects