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Open webinar on the e-infrastructure investigation report


The e-infrastructure investigation report will be presented at an open webinar on May 26 at 10-12

Research has become more and more dependent on digital tools for data analysis, for calculations and for sharing and storing research data. Therefore, an initiative has been developed to address the needs at Lund University. The investigators present a proposal for a common platform that is created and tailored to current research conditions.

Support is needed, among others, in the following areas:

  • Provide qualified research-oriented expert support
  • Development of IT-services for research projects and management of these solutions
  • Develop and manage LU-joint research-related IT services
  • High performance computing and support for using these services
  • Coordination of software support

Over the past six months, the project leaders have been investigating how the e-infrastructure should be organized to meet researchers' needs. You are welcome to listen when the results from the investigation are presented. Stacey Ristinmaa Sörensen will open the meeting with a brief introduction and background, project leaders Andreas Jonasson and Karolina Lindh will report the results. Per Mickwitz, pro vice-chancellor for research, and Viktor Öwall, pro vice-chancellor for infrastructure and digitalization, will clarify how the work will continue. There will be plenty of time for questions.

All interested are warmly welcome! Registration is made via this link: The last day to register is 20 May. Questions about the investigation or the workshops are sent to:

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