The Cambridge eScience Centre (CeSC)


Current Projects

Building a high density air pollution sensor network at Heathrow Airport

Accelerating the workflow for high precision image-guided radiotherapy

Linking radiation dose at the voxel level with toxicity

Cambridge Advanced Imaging Centre
Building a cutting edge microscopy and image analysis service for the biomedical community

Completed Projects

Joining European and Indian Grids

Open Science Information Demonstrator
Building a demonstrator website that enables the general public to explore UK science funding and outcomes

The University of Cambridge's federated Condor grid (now run by the University Information Services)

Mobile Environmental Sensing System Across a Grid Environment (MESSAGE)
Monitoring pollution exposure for individual cyclists and pedestrians.

Cantab Nomadic Data (CND)
Successful testing of phase 1 of CND's novel distributed file system.

Grid-enabled NMR structure calculations

Extracting the science from scientific publications

Open standards for clinical cancer informatics

A large scale dynamic database of materials properties

Telemedicine on the Grid
Demonstrating the capability of Grid technology to support multi-disciplinary meetings for the review of cancer diagnoses and treatment

National Transport Data Framework
Providing access to distributed sources of transport data

A light-weight Grid services toolkit and applications

A program for long-term research into Grid systems architecture

Multicast Transport for Grid Computing
Reliable high-speed bulk data delivery using IP multicast

Distance CFD Supercomputing for Industry
Understanding turbulent flow patterns in complex systems like gas turbines and aero engines

Enabling UK cosmologists to make world class contributions from observation of the cosmic microwave sky

EMGrid - Electromagnetic Scattering From Aircraft
Visualising complex 3D EM data

Molecular Informatics - Molecular Standards for the Grid
Exploiting modern methods of information management to discover new molecular information