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Welcome and Plans for 2016

Welcome to the first SES newsletter for 2016, keeping you up to date with everything happening at the consortium.  The beginning of the year has passed in a whirlwind as we plan our future events and sit down with some of the researcher we've covered in our case studies.  First up has been Dr. Peter Vincent from Imperial College London, whose work has focussed on Computational Fluid Dynamics on SES machine Emerald. He sat down with us to explain CFD and its uses in current technology. Part II is due out soon! Follow us on Twitter for real-time updates. 

In other big news, King's College London has joined the consortium, bringing to SES a wealth of knowledge and resources. Read more below to find out about the future of this collaboration, and how SES is moving forward.

King's College London Joins SES

As King's College London joins SES, we hear from Chris Mottershead, Vice-Principal for Research and Innovation at KCL and discover what the college brings to SES. Read more. 

Our Most Popular Study

How SES HPC, Emerald, is adding extra dimension to the search for extraterrestrial life.  We caught up with Dr. Sergey Yurchenko from University College London. Read more.

What's New at SES?

Quantum Dots
Rachel Oliver discusses quantum dots & data processing speeds in new study.
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Guest Post
Research Software Developer, Sinan Shi, talks about SES Big Data.
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UCL and Cambridge share equipment to spearhead pioneering work on electrons.
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SES Big Data
Suffering from #SESBigData withdrawal? You can still catch up!
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CFD Explained
We sat down with Dr. Peter Vincent to discuss Computational Fluid Dynamics
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Equipment Sharing
Our search bar helps you discover available SES equipment across institutions. Give it a whirl!

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