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HPC application in the simulation of transnational migration in Spain

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Wednesday 30 September 2009, 13:00
LT5, Management School

Cristina Montaloa Sales
Centro Nacional de Supercomputacion

Abstract: High Performance Computing (HPC) is commonly used for scientific research in areas such as life sciences, earth sciences or computer sciences. My research aims to extend the application of the technology to social sciences. In this presentation, I am going to start with an introduction to HPC and parallel simulation, which will be followed by an explanation of its application in population dynamics. The main objective of the research is to understand the effect of transnational migration to society, and specifically to understand the recent phenomenon of immigration in Spain.
 
Biography: Cristina Montanola Sales is a student researcher at the Computer Applications in Science & Engineering Group in the Barcelona Supercomputing Center - Centro Nacional de Supercomputacion. She is working on her thesis on the simulation modelling of transnational migration flows to Spain. She works on this project with Professor Josep Casanovas from the Statistics and Operations Research Department of Technical University of Catalonia (UPC), Professor Adriana Kaplan from Social and Cultural Anthropology Department of Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB) and Professor Jose Maria Cela from Computer Architecture Department of Technical University of Catalonia (UPC).

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