The projects are collaborations with University of Twente, Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica, Delft University of Technology, University of Groningen and Wageningen University.
While the Arctic faces rapid warming and less sea ice currently covers the Arctic Ocean than ever before at this time of the year, an international partnership launches a major project to improve our detailed understanding of the processes and impacts of this changing climate and to construct better long-term forecast systems for the increasingly extreme weather of the Arctic and the wider northern hemisphere.
The projects are the result of the 2016 ASDI (Accelerating Scientific Discovery) and DTEC (Disruptive Technologies) Calls.
In this project we collaborate with KNMI, Barcelona Supercomputing Center, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt, Institute of Atmospheric Sciences and Climate – Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute en University of Reading. (news item in Dutch)
The day-long event featured over 30 speakers and the announcement of the Young eScientist Award winner 2016.
CLARIAH and the Netherlands eScience Center invite researchers whose main area of expertise is in the Arts and Humanities to submit a proposal in this call.
Our director of eScience Technology, Rob van Nieuwpoort, has been named professor by special appointment of Efficient Computing for eScience at the University of Amsterdam’s Faculty of Science.
(in Dutch) Duizenden onderzoekers en ondernemers uit alle sectoren en disciplines hebben samengewerkt om op basis van de Nationale Wetenschapsagenda een portfolio met voorstellen voor baanbrekend onderzoek op de stellen, en pleiten voor een jaarlijkse investering van 1 miljard euro om de grote maatschappelijke uitdagingen van deze tijd aan te gaan.
We are looking for more eScience Research Engineers!
Because of the high quality of proposals received, we have decided to have a grand opening of this new program and start out with two winners!
We are pleased to announce the initiation of three new projects with Tilburg University, Maastricht University and Delft University of Technology.
Win 50.000 EUR worth of eScience expertise for your novel research idea! Submit your idea before 1st September 2016.
On 21 & 22 May a team of eScience Research Engineers participated in the MS hackathon, which intended to show that collaborations between various disciplines and perspectives lead to concrete solutions improving healthcare.