Smart Healthcare with Big Data at HPC centre HLRS in Germany

30 Jun 2015 Stutgart - Jane Williams at an Intel blog looks at High-Performance Computing for Healthcare at HLRS in Stuttgart. Williams writes: "For three years, this research team has been running simulations of the types of realistic forces that the thigh bone undergoes on a daily basis for different body types and at a variety of activity levels to try and inform doctors what is needed to create much better implants for patients with severe fractures or hip deterioration. Successful implants can make a significant impact on the wearer’s quality of life, so the lighter and more durable they are the better." The institution that makes all this possible is one of just three large supercomputer ‘tier 0’ sites in Germany, it recently upgraded to the Intel Xeon Processor E5-2680 v3,
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