Research, particularly research which relies on software, thrives on collaboration. This event, which will take place in Manchester at the Museum of Science and Industry on April 24th, will bring researchers and research software engineers engaged in collaborative work together to showcase the impact that they have had as part of an EPSRC-funded initiative run by the Software Sustainability Institute and EPCC.

In particular, Gabriele will showcase the impact of some simulations of ice nucleation. These results led to the award of The Best Use of ARCHER Competition, and required a phenomenal amount of computational time. You can find out more about that in here as well as in our High Performance Computing section.