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Annual Progress Report for 2009

The report highlights major successes and shows our results in terms of scientific output (presentations and publications) and group assets (people, students and projects) for 2009.

Notable achievements and events

We have nearly doubled our publication rate, while increasing the average impact of the journals we publish in.

The whole research group is now housed in the Informatics Forum.

We have changed our name to the Data Intensive Research Group.

The group is now part of the Centre for Intelligent Systems and their Applications.

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First Annual Report for the National e-Science Centre Research Platform

The National e-Science Centre’s research (NeSC) consists of a research group in the School of Informatics at the University of Edinburgh and a research group in Information Services at the University of Glasgow. They were awarded an EPSRC platform grant in 2008.

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Annual Progress Report for 2007

The report highlights major successes and shows our results in terms of scientific output (presentations and publications) and group assets (people, students and projects) for 2007.

Publications

We have obtained 20 publications: 7 journal articles, 1 book chapter, 10 conference papers, and 2 conference proceedings (http://research.nesc.ac.uk/publications).

People

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Annual Progress Report for 2008

The report highlights major successes and shows our results in terms of scientific output (presentations and publications) and group assets (people, students and projects) for 2008.

Notable Achievements

The whole research group is now funded through grants in Informatics rather than Physics.
Informatics is once again the highest rated CS department in the UK (RAE2008).

The ADMIRE EU project had its first review in its 9th month and was rated excellent;
fantastic work by Liangxiu and Ally.

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