Brendan Lawlor, parallel computing specialist with NSilico delivered his talk on novel functional programming coupled with low level instruction based parallelism to an audience at PRACE DAYS 2015.
This parallel technology helps drive bioinformatics processing in SimplicityTM our user friendly bioinformatics platform. The PRACE DAYS conference brought together experts from academia and industry who presented their advancements in HPC-supported science and engineering.
The programme included:
- Invited keynotes
- Scientific presentations in plenary & parallel sessions
- The User Forum (UF) meeting PRACEdays15
- Brendan’s talk was extremely well received, with commendation from the organisers.