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TCHPC Training Courses in April and May

TCHPC will be running training courses in

  • an Introduction to TCHPC Systems
  • an Introduction to Linux
  • and an Introduction to Parallel Programming.

HPC-Europa2 Virtual Surgery: 14:00 CET, Thursday 18th March, 2010

Achieving performance beyond the CPU: GPUs, co-processors, accelerators, and other technologies

Attendance via H.323 Videoconference (hosted by Barcelona), or online via Scopia (

HPC Europa Virtual Surgery: 15:00 CET, Friday 5th March

As part of the HPC-Europa2 project, TCHPC will be giving a virtual surgery on Friday 5th March at 15:00 CET.

Dr. Darach Golden from TCHPC will be presenting the talk, which aims to give an overview of some of the main codes and libraries available for solving systems of linear equations.

Walk-In Workshop - Fri 5th Mar 2010

Open drop-in session, 10:30am to 12 noon, Room 2.12 Lloyd Building, with a focus is on Engineering codes (Fluent, Ansys etc).

Walk-In Workshop - Fri 5th Feb 2010

Open drop-in session, 10:30am to 12 noon, Room 2.12 Lloyd Building.

TCHPC staff research features in new book on Biobank Governance published

The work of Dr. Geoff Bradley, TCHPC and other colleagues in Trinity College Dublin and University College Dublin on ensuring patient privacy in Biobank Information Management Systems is published in the book Principles and Practice in Biobank Governance, Jane Kaye and Mark Stranger, eds., Ashgate, ISBN 9780754678250, 2009.

Irish Times feature on TCHPC Health Informatics Project

A Biobank Information Management System is an information management system that allows researchers and clinicians to securely store and retrieve clinical information about donor patients linked to repositories of their biological samples. BIMS are powerful tools that speed up the research discovery process and help scientists develop new diagnostics and therapeutics for a given disease.

HRB Picture of Health 2009 features TCHPC delivered health information system

Created in October 2003, with funding from the Irish Cancer Society, the Prostate Cancer Research Consortium is a multi-disciplinary, trans-institutional collaboration bringing together researchers from University College Dublin, Trinity College Dublin, Royal College of Surgeons and Dublin City University to better understand the diagnosis and treatment for prostate cancer.

Last updated 23 Oct 2017Contact Research IT.