Funding & Sponsorship
Funding for the All Hands Meeting is provided by the UK Research Councils via the e-Science Core Programme (eSCP). The eSCP is a coordinated initiative that is managed by EPSRC on behalf of all the Research Councils and the communities they support.
The Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) supports higher and further education by providing strategic guidance, advice and opportunities to use Information and Communications Technology (ICT) to support teaching, learning, research and administration. JISC is funded by all the UK post-16 and higher education funding councils.
Grid Computing Now! is a Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN), a key element of the Information and Communication Technology strategy within the DTI Technology Programme. Our aim is to help share knowledge and experience about the rapidly advancing field of grid computing between colleagues in the academic, industrial and public sectors to help you take advantage of this new wave of computing innovation. Visit us at www.gridcomputingnow.org.
We are pleased to sponsor this year's e-Science All-Hands Meeting. We would like to invite all delegates to our drinks reception on the Tuesday evening. Invited speakers from industry and e-science will present their visions for what industry needs from e-science research and for how e-science can be exploited to create new UK industrial successes.
ClusterVision are a leading and specialist provider of compute, database and storage clusters in the UK and Ireland and working across Europe with installations in sites in Africa. Our turn key cluster solutions support a number of the eScience Grid and HPC related projects across the UK and we are very pleased to be invited to sponsor this years All Hands Meeting.
The British Computer Society (BCS) is the Chartered industry body for IT
professionals, the Chartered Engineering Institution for Information
Technology and a Chartered Science Institution. With our rapidly
growing membership, BCS is playing an increasingly pivotal role in
leading the development and implementation of world class standards for
the IT profession through innovative products, services and support.
Through our specific "Professionalism in IT" programme, BCS is leading
and building IT professionalism to levels which are currently only seen
in more traditional long standing professions such as law, medicine, and
accountancy but which will increasingly become the de facto standards
for IT professionals.
To sponsor this years conference please contact Alison McCall at NeSC.