User engagement events managed by CEDA
Find out about upcoming and recent events relevant to JASMIN organised by the CEDA team, including:
Content from previous events
Find details of past JASMIN events now hosted on the CEDA website, including the JASMIN user conference series. Browse presentation materials and other content.
See individual event pages linked below for further details.
JASMIN Forum 2012
An event early in the history of JASMIN, held at Reading University in 2012
JASMIN Launch Event 2014
An event celebrating the formal launch of JASMIN held in 2014
JASMIN User Conference 2016
JASMIN's first user conference held in June 2016
JASMIN User Conference 2017
The second JASMIN User Conference, held in June 2017.
JASMIN Conference 2018
Our third user conference, held in June 2018.
JASMIN Virtual Event 2020
We weren't able to hold an in-person user conference in 2020 so we moved the event online.
The CEDA team organises all JASMIN events and training materials, see below for details.
Webinars and workshops
The team regularly organises training events, such as workshops and webinars, to share best practice for using JASMIN services.
Our webinars are online-only events, usually consisting of a 40 minute presentation or demo with 20 minutes for questions.
Face to face one-day workshops are usually held at JASMIN’s home institute - STFC (based at the Harwell Campus in Oxfordshire). However, the team have travelled to other venues to provide training. If this is something you/your colleagues would benefit from, please get in touch to discuss options.
We regularly attend and present work at scientific and computing conferences. If you would like to discuss with the team about possible attendance options at your event, get in touch.
The JASMIN Conference is organised on a semi-regular basis (~every 2 years) by the CEDA team. The aim of the conference is to share new service developments, provide networking opportunities for the user community and promote best practice. Details from previous conferences can be found here.