VU Researchers Receive eScience Award on Many-Core Programming
A Methodology and Ecosystem for Many-Core Programming
Henri Bal, Jaap Heringa, Sanne Abeln (VU, Computer Science) and Piek Vossen (Faculty of Humanities) have obtained a 500 K Euro Disruptive Technologies research grant from the Netherlands eScience Center for research on a new methodology for programming many-core accelerators. The project will extend this methodology (developed during Pieter Hijma’s PhD research) and apply it to Bioinformatics and Natural Language Processing.
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