2016-04-11 Interview with Antonio Zoccoli about the IPCEI projectAntonio Zoccoli explains the IPCEI project on high performance computing and Big Data enabled applications to serve as a pilot for the European Data Infrastructure. Interview at EGI 2016 conference in Amsterdam.
2016-03-07 Azerbaijan e-infrastructure is developing fast thanks to project partnership with European CommunityDuring the e-IRG Open Workshop, held in November 2015 in Belval/Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg, Primeur Magazine had the opportunity to talk with Rasim Alguliyev, Ramiz Aliguliyev, and Vugar Musayev from the Institute of Information Technology, which is part of the National Academy of Sciences (ANAS) in Azerbaijan.
2016-02-19 Interview Anwar Osseyran: e-Infrastructures; new supercomputer centre building, precision medicineInterview with Anwar Osseyran, director of SURFsara & professor at the University of Amsterdam.
2016-02-08 Whole genome sequencing using HPC clusters in project MinE to find a cure for ALSDuring the SURFsara Super D Event, recently held at Felix Meritis in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Primeur Magazine had the opportunity to talk with Jan Veldink, a neurologist and professor in neurogenetics from the University Medical Center (UMC) in Utrecht about Lou Gherig's disease, aslo known as ALS. Jan Veldink is coordinating the project MinE, which is a large genome sequencing project for ALS.
2016-02-08 Towards fully-integrated 3D tomography using new algorithms , scanning equipment and GPU clustersDuring the SURFsara Super D Event, recently held at Felix Meritis in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Primeur Magazine had the opportunity to talk with Joost Batenburg from the Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica - CWI about 3D tomography. Joost Batenburg's research domain is tomography, a form of 3D image reconstruction from projections. The most well-known example of tomography is a medical CT scanner where X-ray images are recorded from a large number of angles, all around the patient.
2016-01-25 e-Infrastructures Austria, the relation with e-IRG and data management policiesDuring the e-IRG Open Workshop, recently held in Belval/Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg, Primeur Magazine had the opportunity to talk with Paolo Budroni from the University of Vienna. Paolo Budroni is representing the Austrian Ministry of Science as a new member of the e-IRG Delegates Meeting.
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