In the wake of the French government's decision to progressively reduce restrictive sanitary measures, it is important to continue the scientific momentum in the fight against COVID-19. Thus, GENCI and Inria announce the deployment of their combined expertise to pursue the implementation and achievement of results in high-impact research projects
During this unique half-day event, GENCI and its partners will share their experience and knowledge of recent life science research successes to demonstrate the potential for application to other research areas:
IA APPLICATIONS IN MEDICAL IMAGING, NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING AND FEDERATED LEARNING.
Since 2016, this prize is awarded annually to a woman scientist who makes an outstanding contribution to high performance computing in Europe and worldwide. It thanks and highlights the research of a woman scientist serving as a role model for other women and encouraging them in their scientific careers.
After the "Jean Zay" supercomputer was installed and commissioned, a special period was set aside for start-up, testing and fine-tuning of the configuration. This period was reserved for projects that were willing to accept, on principle, the uncertainties of operational conditions that had not yet been fully stabilized, in exchange for a unique opportunity to access computing resources that...
On February 4, the theme of digital simulation and HPC made its comeback with GENCI at Systematic event.
Creating a digital twin, carrying out your experiments using simulation, optimizing your embedded systems, refining artificial intelligence algorithms... all these tasks require powerful computing tools.
The video of the webinar is available, you can watch it HERE.
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