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    • HPC Wales Update – 17.6.2011 Dr David Carson
    • Update
      • Technical
        • Hubs/Tier1
        • End Sept 2011/Jan 2012/June 2012(hybrid)
      • Recruitment
        • FD/CEO/BD/TD?
        • Outreach & Skills
      • Location
        • CAST/distributed
      • Soft launch
    • Soft launch
      • Identify between 10-20 projects FOC (c. 2/3 per HEI plus 2 organisations for end Sept – Gregynog list)
      • Client Journey – from EOI to full proposal
      • Streamline business processes and ensure capturing outputs
      • Main HPC Outputs
        • Diagnostics (330) - Assistance (220)
        • Collaborations (120)
        • Qualified from level 4 - MPhil(688)
        • Training through workshops (1055)
        • Portal trained (480)
    •  
    • INNOVATION Benefits for HEI/Organisations
      • DIGITAL ECONOMY
        • Improve supply chain
        • Customer services
        • Transactional speed
        • Creative arts design for film industry
        • Modelling of risks
        • Speed-up research and development
      • LOW CARBON
        • Faster modelling and testing of weather patterns
        • Crop developments
        • Energy efficiencies
        • Climate change.
    • INNOVATION Benefits for HEI/Organisations
      • HEALTH & BIOSCIENCE IMPROVEMENTS
        • Modelling to replace physical experimentation
        • Productivity in production of products and services
        • Remote surgery techniques
        • Speed-up food safety testing
      • MANUFACTURING IMPROVEMENTS
        • Simulation and prototyping
        • Improved project management techniques
        • Improved quality control
        • Advanced material developments
        • Product design
    •