The University of Groningen Center for Information Technology has introduced a new, fast calculation cluster: Peregrine. Researchers can use Peregrine’s computing power for new research. Rampal Etienne, a biologist who uses mathematical models to understand what lies behind the species composition of an area, and Gertjan van Noord, who is investigating technologies that will enable him to parse and understand language with computers, talk about their research.
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Prof. Roelfes receives NWO ENW-KLEIN grant of EUR 304.000
for his project ‘Time-resolved dynamics of glutamate transporters'
The core business of Dutch universities is to prepare students for their future: a career in our open, internationally oriented society and knowledge economy. To this end, all Dutch universities have an international perspective firmly entrenched in...