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  • HPC Keynote: Mark Chapman, Chief Engineer from the Bloodhound SSC Project

    Dear All, The High Performance Computing (HPC) Scientific Organising Committee are delighted to announce that at this year's symposium the keynote talk will be given by Mark Chapman, Chief Engineer from the Bloodhound SSC project (http://www.bloodhoundssc.com/). While the talk will...

  • Positive feedback

    The Exchange roll out to staff seems to be coming along nicely, with well over half the University discovering the benefits of collaborative working. We thought we would share some of the positive feedback we have received: The transition to...

  • Balena HPC Service goes Live

    I am pleased to announce that the CPU and GPU components of the Balena HPC service is available for general use. I apologise that this announcement has come rather suddenly, but this project has not gone as smoothly as hoped...

  • New email service - project update April 2015

    The new email service is based on Microsoft Exchange and for the majority this will mean using Microsoft Outlook on your desktop and mail.bath.ac.uk for your web access.  We are rolling out the service to 3,075 members of staff at...

  • Choosing software for the new academic year

    As this academic year draws to a close, it is time to start thinking about the software that would benefit you and your students in the academic year 2015-2016.  Below is a list of the software that will be available...

  • Invitation to HPC Symposium 4th June 2015

    Dear users of HPC facility, Following the success of previous meetings, we would like to announce the University of Bath's 4th HPC Symposium which will take place on Thursday 4th June (all day). The aim of the symposium is to...

  • GW4 infrastructure survey and £30 Amazon voucher prize draw

    We need your help to find out what IT tools would help you to communicate and collaborate with your colleagues at other GW4 universities.  GW4 is an alliance between the universities of Bath, Bristol, Cardiff and Exeter. The aim is...

  • Microsoft Exchange is coming...

    Between March and June 2015 an exciting change is happening to the University's email service. Computing Services are working hard to roll out Microsoft Outlook to staff University wide.  The move means changing from an IMAP server to an Exchange...

  • Mobile phone coverage pilot in Woodland Court and Quads Block D

    Woodland Court and Quads Block D have had small cell units installed into a number of our Cisco Wi-Fi access-points (APs) - the aim of this is to improve mobile telephone coverage for people in these buildings.  We are piloting...

  • Departmental Open Days managed using SAMIS

    Need Departmental Open Days are primarily aimed at students who have received an offer from the University and wish to take a closer look at the Department before finalising their UCAS choices.  With over 14,500 conditional offers being made for...