Visitor Programme – available exchanges

Below you will find a list of Hosts looking for visitors and visitors looking for hosts. If you would like to contact someone and their contact details are not listed, please contact e.lumley@ucl.ac.uk for further information on how to get in contact.

Hosts looking for visitors

Dr. Gavin Pringle, EPCC, University of Edinburgh:

I’ve been an HPC consultant for over 20 years, with experience across a very wide range of different applications: https://www.epcc.ed.ac.uk/about/staff/dr-gavin-pringle

I’m happy to Host to any potential Visitor who wishes to spend time in Edinburgh who wishes to further their HPC understanding.

For instance, you may wish to personally undertake one of our training courses, self-taught, but I can answer any questions you may have. Our training courses include Intro to HPC, basic MPI, advanced MPI, OpenMP, efficient I/O, performance analysis, HPC Carpentry, etc.

Visitors may qualify for HPC-Europa3 funding to cover travel, accommodation and expenses, depending on : http://www.hpc-europa.eu/

Visitors looking for a host

Cristofo Grasso, Amsterdam Medical Centre, Department of Experimental Immunology

I am Cristoforo Grasso a PhD student of the Amsterdam Medical Center. I have a bachelor in Biology, and MSc Oncology. During my education I have gained strong knowledge in biology. Almost 2 years ago I have started to look at the bioinformatics horizon of biology and drifting to in silicon bio-research. I see in The European Center of Excellence in Computational Medicine (CompBioMed) a great chance for me to expand and strengthen my Biocomputing capabilities and valuable events to network and get in touch with expertise on the field.
My work focus on auto immune disease, my group uses Rheumatology Arthritis as a model to investigate molecular pattern involved in the loss of tolerance.
Please consider my interest as a genuine request to take part in your project. In our study we adopt RNA sequencing and other high-throughput technologies which generate an enormous amount of data. At this point, Biocomputing kicks in, as an essential science to give meaning to the limitless amount of raw data that the project is generating.
For further detail or references, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Shovonlal Bhowmick, Department of Chemical Technology, University of Calcutta

I am a PhD research scholar at University of Calcutta, working on protein-protein interaction study.
From more details please contact Shovonlal directly.