WHAT IS e-SCIENCE?
e-Science is research based on advanced information and communication technologies and the development of new methods and tools for such research. Key areas are computer-based simulation, modelling and visualisation, and the collection, storage and analysis of large amounts of data.
e-Science offers radically new opportunities for collaboration between experts, in academia and industry, within and across disciplines, and regardless of geographical distance.
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What do we do?
eSSENCE unites and supports research within e-Science. Unlike most other research areas, e-Science is not based on disciplines or on the subject matter being studied. Instead we focus on the tools used, which are of a digital nature.
We promote collaboration. By bringing research groups together with a focus on e-scientific methods, a platform for exchange and knowledge transfer is created.
Research since 2010
eSSENCE is motivated by researcher’s needs for e-Science methods. The research within eSSENCE spans over a wide area, including science, engineering, medicine, social science, economics, and humanities.
The impact of e-Science can be found in all areas of academia. Read our latest news here!
The eSSENCE and SciLifeLab Uppsala nodes start a new interdisciplinary graduate school to address challenges …
Six new projects have been selected for funding at Lund University. Big congratulations, and good …
An important part of eSSENCE’s mission is to promote the use of e-Science methodology in research and development. In a collaboration with SciLifeLab, we have started our new Graduate School.
Citizen Earth covers the social and technological aspects of human life, the study of our home planet and its climate as well as looking beyond into the rest of the Universe.
Cornerstone Technologies are methods, systems and software tools striking at the heart of e-Science challenges that transcend the scientific domains.
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