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Postdoctoral visit (8)

Institution: Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI). Newcastle (NSW, Australia).
Date and duration: November, 2012. 13 weeks.
Task/goal: High performance computing for genomic analysis and biomedical image classification on GPUs.
Research funds contributed by: Ministry of Education and Science. National Program for the Mobility of University Professors. Reference: PRX12-00053.
 

 

Postdoctoral visit (7)

Institution: Centre for Bioinformatics, Biomarker Discovery and Information-Based Medicine. Newcastle (NSW, Australia).
Date and duration: November, 2011. 13 weeks.
Task/goal: Development and implementation of supercomputing scalable solutions for biomarkers and combinatorial optimization problems of extreme complexity in bioinformatics.
Research funds contributed by: Ministry of Education and Science. National Program for the Mobility of University Professors. Reference: PR2011-0144.
 

 

Postdoctoral visit (6)

Institution: Biomedical Informatics Department. Ohio State University. Columbus (Ohio, USA).
Date and duration: November, 2007. 13 weeks.
Task/goal: Optimization of biomedical applications implemented on supercomputers composed of a cluster of dual-core CPUs and another cluster of high-end GPUs.
Research funds contributed by: Ministry of Education and Science. National Program for the Mobility of University Professors. Reference: PR2007-0014.
 

 

Postdoctoral visit (5)

Institution: Biomedical Informatics Department. Ohio State University. Columbus (Ohio, USA).
Date and duration: August, 2007. 4 weeks.
Task/goal: Optimization of biomedical applications implemented on supercomputers composed by a cluster of dual-core processors and high-end graphics processors.
Research funds contributed by: Junta of Andalucia. Project of Excellence PR06-TIC2109.
 

 

Postdoctoral visit (4)

Institution: Biomedical Informatics Department. Ohio State University. Columbus (Ohio, USA).
Date and duration: November, 2006. 13 weeks.
Task/goal: Biomedical image processing on graphics architectures.
Research funds contributed by: Ministry of Education and Science. National Program for the Mobility of University Processors. Reference PR2006-0341.
 

 

Postdoctoral visit (3)

Institution: Biomedical Informatics Department. Ohio State University. Columbus (Ohio, USA).
Date and duration: October, 2005. 9 weeks.
Task/goal: Execution of biomedical algorithms on graphics processors.
Research funds contributed by: University of Malaga (Spain) and National Science Foundation (USA).                 
 

 

Postdoctoral visit (2)

Institution: Biomedical Informatics Department. Ohio State University. Columbus (Ohio, USA).
Date and duration: October, 2004. 22 weeks.
Task/goal: Comparative study for the execution of irregular applications on CPUs and GPUs.
Research funds contributed by: Ministry of Education and Science. National Program for the Mobility of University Professors. Reference PR2004-0508.
 

 

Postdoctoral visit (1)

Institution: Biomedical Informatics Department. Ohio State University. Columbus (Ohio, USA).
Date and duration: December, 2003. 13 weeks.
Task/goal: Implementation of general-purpose algorithms on graphics processors.
Research funds contributed by: University of Malaga and National Science Foundation (USA).                  
 

 

Post-doc

Institution: High Performance Systems Software Laboratory. Computer Science Department. University of Maryland. College Park (Maryland, USA).
Date and duration: March, 1996. 52 weeks.
Task/goal: Compilation oriented to improve the input/output system and virtual memory on computers driven by multithread operating systems.
Research funds contributed by: Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA). US Government.
 

 

Predoctoral visit (3)

Institution: High Performance Systems Software Laboratory. Computer Science Department. University of Maryland. College Park (Maryland, USA).
Date and duration: October, 1994. 14 weeks.
Task/goal: Development and implementation of run-time support for sparse matrix and irregular applications.
Research funds contributed by: Ministry of Education and Science (C.I.C.Y.T.), Project: TIC92-0942-C03.
 

 

Predoctoral visit (4)

Institution: Vienna European Center of Excellence for Parallel Computation (VCPC). Vienna (Austria).
Date and duration: January, 1995. 9 weeks.
Task/goal: Analysis and performance evaluation of parallel code generated by a data-parallel compiler on massively parallel distributed memory machines.
Research funds contributed by: Ministry of Science and Research of Austria. Project BMWF GZ 308.9281.
 

 

Predoctoral visit (2)

Institution: Institute for Software Technology and Parallel Systems. Vienna (Austria).
Date and duration: April, 1994. 27 weeks.
Task/goal: Development of a compiler for irregular data distributions within the Vienna Fortran Compilation System.
Research funds contributed by: Ministry of Education and Science of Spain (C.I.C.Y.T.). Project TIC92-0942-C03.
 

 

Predoctoral visit (1)

Institution: Dept. of Electronics and Computation. University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain).
Date and duration: July, 1993. 14 weeks.
Task/goal: Implementation of algorithms for the 3D reconstruction of macromolecules on supercomputers based on transputers.
Research funds contributed by: Ministry of Education and Science (C.I.C.Y.T.), Project: TIC92-0942-C03.