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NVIDIA's Women Who CUDA Campaign

Posted on 24 June 2014

NVIDIA launched the Women Who CUDA campaign to highlight the work of innovative women in the area of GPU computing. The work of ICHEC computational scientist Dr. Buket Benek Gursoy has been posted @GPUComputing and will be featured in the nvidia.com.

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