• Melanie Ganz-Benjaminsen

    Associate Professor, KU

    Bio:  I am currently a researcher at the Neurobiology research unit at Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen and associate professor at the Department for Computer Science at the University of Copenhagen. As a researcher, I aim to utilize my inter-disciplinary background – physics, computer science and neuroimaging - to push the boundaries for what is considered feasible.  

    Speaker for following sessions
    • KPMG Hall
      01-12-2 -
      Organized by KU, DTU and  Indesmatech
       
      IoT, Cloud and HPC technologies are merging into a computing continuum. Systems are emerging where it is not possible to differentiate between different parts of the systems. This provide advantages in latency, communication cost and privacy as data can, for example, be processed close to sensors. At the same time cloud and HPC resources can be used for both on-demand and batch oriented tasks, including digital twins. There are also technology challenges in that applications needs to be written such that they can fully utilized all the different compute opportunities and also support migration of compute. The session will explore the computing continuum and some of its use cases.
       
      Program:
      Introduction
      Scientific Talk: “Vision and opportunities”, Qi Zhang, Associate professor, Aarhus University
      Business Talk: "Building a technology powerhouse at Maersk: enabling data-driven decisions and a greener global economy", Søren Vind, Senior Engineering Manager, Maersk
      Business Talk:  “How is the market and technology evolving in regards of on premises, hybrid and cloud delivery models for AI and HPC workloads”?, Fredric Wall, Enterprise regional lead for Nordics and Benelux regions , NVIDIA
      Panel Debate: Associated professor Melanie Ganz-Benjaminsen, KU

      Session coordinator: Sven Karlsson, DTU, Rune Domsten, Indesmatech, and Tine Aage, KU
      Facilitator: Jakob Grue SimonsenDepartment Chair at Department of Computer Science, KU
      Computing Continuum
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