Diagnostic Tools for Communication Pathologies in Parallel Architectures November 22, 2020
Dr. Didem Unat has received the Newton Advanced Fellowships, from the British Royal Society for the project titled “Diagnostic Tools for Communication Pathologies in Parallel Architectures” with a budget of £111K for 3 years. She will be collaborating with Prof. Paul Kelly from Imperial College-London in this project.
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