Alessandro Melis, PhD student, will be giving a talk on ‘Porting in silico medicine applications to an HPC environment’ in particular, the challenges in porting INSIGNEO workflows (BoneDVC, microFE, and openBF) to the HPC environment at this year’s HPC@Sheffield. This prestigious annual research IT event at The University of Sheffield gives you the chance to find out more about national, regional and local projects using Research IT facilities. The event is a showcase of research utilising research-IT. There will be presentations, vendor exhibits and demonstrations to show you how to get the most out of the wealth of research computing facilities available to you.
The theme of this year’s event is environmental modelling using HPC, we will also hear about opportunities for utilising machine learning tools and there will be an update on national tier-2 HPC facilities.
Registration for this event closes on Friday 16 March.