Accelerating Approximate Pattern Matching with Processing-In-Memory (PIM) and Single-Instruction Multiple-Data (SIMD) Programing


Date
Apr 21, 2018
Event
RECOMB-Seq
Location
RECOMB-Seq 2018, Paris, France

Best Poster Award

Damla Senol Cali
Damla Senol Cali
PhD Candidate, Carnegie Mellon University

My research interests include HW/SW co-design for bioinformatics applications and computer architecture.