Physical Sciences Data Infrastructure

An Integrated Data Infrastructure for the Physical Sciences

PSDI aims to accelerate research in the physical sciences by providing a data infrastructure that brings together and builds upon the various data systems researchers currently use.

PSDI Townhall, June 20th

For those interested in our Townhall, June 20th (2024) you can find out more information by clicking the button below or click one of the demonstrators cards that sounds most interesting to you to find out more about what they are doing.

We are currently undertaking a phase of work from October 2022 – September 2023. You can find out more about this on our Current Work pages. This builds on the work undertaken in the PSDI pilot phase, which ran from November 2021 – March 2022.

In this pilot phase we undertook community engagement, scoping and design work and as an output of the pilot work we produced a series of recommendations.

PSDI Pilot Project


Current Work

If you want to find out more or get involved in the design of PSDI please sign up to our mailing list or get in touch.

Our team

Our large team is spread across multiple institutions, departments and geographic sites in the United Kingdom. The core of the team are based at the Rutherford Appleton & Daresbury Laboratory sites of STFC (Science and Technology Facilities Council) and the University of Southampton. Staff at these locations are also joined by a number of partner organisations. To find out more, please go to our Team Page or click View All People below.

Our Collaborators

Keep up to date

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Upcoming webinar 28th March

In this newsletter you can find information about our upcoming webinar on Ampletracks and links to the recordings of our previous webinars


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