The applicability of eScience techniques is often limited by their performance. A common example is weather forecasting, where results should not only be accurate, but also quick to keep ahead of the actual weather. At the eScience Center we commonly design and improve scientific code for efficiency, depending on what is necessary to achieve scientific results. Sometimes this means aiming for low latency, and sometimes it means improving throughput or lowering power usage.

Dr. Jason Maassen
Technical Lead Efficient Computing

Dr. Jason Maassen

As Technology Lead Efficient Computing, Jason is involved in many of the projects at the...

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