Dukka KC is PI of $432K NSF R & D Grant

Dukka KC (CS/ICCDataS, BDH) is the principal investigator (PI) on a project that has received a $432,111 research and development grant from the National Science Foundation.

The project is titled “MRI: Acquisition of a GPU-accelerated cluster for research, training and outreach.”

Laura Brown (CS/ICC-DataS), Zhenlin Wang (CS/ICC-SAS), JingFeng Jiang (BioMed/ICC-BDH), and Issei Nakamura (Physics/ICC) are co-PIs on this potential two-year project.

Dukka is the associate dean for research, College of Computing; associate professor, Computer Science; and associate director, Institute of Computing and Cybersystems (ICC). He is a member of the ICC’s Centers for Biocomputing and Digital Health (BDH) and Data Science (DataS).