Professor Nathalie Reuter joins PRACE Scientific Steering Committee
Author: Vigdis Guldseth
One of Europe’s leading researchers
The PRACE Scientific Steering Committee is composed of European leading researchers that are responsible for advice and guidance on all matters of a scientific and technical nature, which may influence the scientific work carried out by the use of the PRACE supercomputers.
Nathalie Reuter is professor within the Computational Biology Unit at the Department of Chemistry, University of Bergen, and will through the Scientific Steering Committee advise PRACE on how best to exploit the PRACE facilities to maximize the benefits to European Science.
Prof. Reuter has for several years been a member of the Norwegian Resource Allocation Committee, and holds currently the position as member of the UNINETT Sigma2 Board of Directors.
PRACE is as an international not-for-profit association with seat in Brussels. The mission of PRACE is to enable high impact scientific discovery and engineering research and development across all disciplines to enhance European competitiveness for the benefit of society. PRACE seeks to realize this mission by offering world class computing and data management resources and services through a peer review process.