Posted by Simon Hettrick on Friday 4 December 2015 with edits by Manuel Corpas
To secure funding for the next generation of computational research provision, UK’s Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) is assembling evidence to present a persuasive case for continued support. This will include capital and associated resource funding to provide the tools that the computational research community will need to carry out world leading research.
A key component of this process is to develop a science case across EPSRC’s remit which:
- demonstrates current focus of computational research
- highlights successes
- identifies the future cutting edge science questions that will be a focus for the community in the years ahead
To enable this science case to be built EPSRC has developed a survey and are now asking for community opinions. We hope that you will take the time to complete this important survey and have your voice heard.
EPSRC are keen to receive responses from the broadest possible range of computational researchers and all responses will be considered to form a vital evidence base.
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