ExaScience Life Research
The ExaScience Lab seeks to accelerate the adoption of High Performance Computing (HPC) in the Life Sciences and associated industries. We take a vertical approach, bridging from application experts with demanding performance requirements down to next generation computer architectures, via numerical algorithms and advanced programming models. Such an approach allows us to answer such questions as “which part in the drug discovery pipeline can most benefit from HPC?” and “which algorithm fits best with future biological models and CPU architectures due in 5 years time?”.
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- Invited talk on elPrep at the (IB)² Seminar on March 20, 2015
- New results and software on HPC sparse computation published
- Videos from the “High Performance Computing (HPC) for Life Sciences” event now available
- Jörg Kurt Wegner (Johnson & Johnson) giving closing keynote at EuroQSAR 2014
- Tutorial on GASPI, the PGAS API