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Research Computing Services

Calculations, simulations and HPC

The UiO offer powerful computing resources, including the Abel facility and the all new Lifeportal.

Storing and securing research data

Find out about Services for Sensitive Data (TSD), personal storage for researchers, storing big amounts of data and more.

Research statistics

The UiO offers software and dedicated servers to support research statistics. We also offer our own data collection tool, Nettskjema. The Research statistics pages are for the time being only in Norwegian. For support or counselling in English, please contact the Research Computing Group (VD).

Qualitative analysis

The UiO offers software and counselling for qualitative analysis. The web pages about software for qualitative analysis are for the time being only in Norwegian. For support or counselling in English, please contact the Research Computing Group (VD).

Publish, write and cite

Publishing articles, academic writing and correct referencing is important to all scientists. At the University Library you'll find helpful information about publiching standards, Open Access, referance tools and more. 

The University of Oslo has diverse and powerful IT resources to support research activities. We can offer support and tools for calculations and simulations, storage and protection of research data, tools and other support for statisics and statistical analysis and qualitative analysis. Some of the information about available resources for IT-support in research activities is in Norwegian. If you do not find what you are looking for here, and you know some Norwegian, please go to the Norwegian IT-support for research pages.

Who can help?

Do you need help with the research computing services or advice on how best to use the resources? 

RCS Course Week

Apr. 4, 2017 9:00 AM - Apr. 6, 2017 4:00 PM

Training in using High-performance Computing (HPC) efficiently, for Abel and Colossus (TSD) users. The course is also open for all users of Notur systems, but examples and specifics will pertain to Abel and Colossus.

Apr. 6, 2017 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Short seminar to introduce the CodeRefinery project to the researchers and students at the University of Oslo. The goal of the project is to establish a software development e-infrastructure coupled with necessary technical expertise and extensive training activities in order to address the growing needs of computational communities.