Life Science and Technology News
TRAN Phuoc Duy, Assistant Professor of School of Life Science and Technology, received HPCI Excellent Achievement Award at The Tenth Project Report Meeting HPCI System Including Fugaku. The innovative High-Performance Computing Infrastructure (HPCI) is a shared computational environment that connects major supercomputers as well as storages of universities and research institutions in Japan via high speed networks. HPCI Excellent Achievement Award is given to projects selected by the program committee for its particularly outstanding results among the General Researchers Projects, Junior Researchers projects, and Industrial Access Projects that were conducted and completed in FY2022. This time, eight projects from various fields received awards, and Assistant Professor TRAN's project "How viral protein interfere the interactions of p53 protein with DNA" (hp220107, "Fugaku" Young Scientist Proposal) was the only one from Biotechnology and Life field and from Tokyo Institute of Technology to receive the award.