The task of determining protein structure and function is highly complex. Proteins are made of hundreds and sometimes thousands of atoms strung together that take on different forms and functions.
Cray and Rice University announced today the first Cray HPC graduate fellowship fund has been awarded to Mackale Joyner in honor of the late Ken Kennedy. Cray endowed the Ken Kennedy-Cray Inc. Graduate Fellowship Fund with $150,000 gift.
Rice University’s graduate program in Computer Science has been ranked the No. 1 program in the nation, according to the third annual Faculty Scholarly Productivity Index, which appears in the Nov. 16 issue of the Chronicle of Higher Education.
Kostas Bekris and Konstantinos Tsianos, along with Dr. Lydia Kavraki, received the Best Student Paper award for their paper.
The late Ken Kennedy, the John and Ann Doerr University Professor of Computational Engineering in Computer Science posthumously received the “Best Sustained Technical Contribution Award."