NVIDIA Global Impact Award
The winners were announced at the GPU Technology Conference, March 26-29, in Silicon Valley, see the link here:
- Princeton University
- EDANYA research group, University of Malaga
Fourteen applications from half a dozen nations were submitted for the Global Impact Award for 2018.
This year finalists are:
- Massachusetts General Hospital - Paging Dr. Algorithm: AI Comes to Rescue
- Princeton University - Princeton Team Using AI for Fusion Up
- EDANYA University of Malaga reserch group
- University of Washinton - Give MRIs an AI Facelift
Previous years’ Global Impact Award winners and nominees
Winner: University of Maryland and Mayo Clinic Win $150,000 in Global Impact Award
Fourteen applications from half a dozen nations were submittedfor the Global Impact Awards for 2017.
All the five 2017 finalists:
1. The Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati,
2. The University of Maryland’s Institute for Advanced Computer Studies
3. Mayo Clinic Turns to AI to Improve Brain Tumor Treatment
4. The University of Oxford
5. The University of Washington.
Winner: Medical Marvel: Duke’s GPU-Powered Imaging
Honorable mention to Imperial College London - Imperial Collegue Uses GPUs to Spot Brain Damage
Nearly 30 applications from 13 nations were submitted for the annual award
All the five 2016 finalists:
4. Imperial College London - Imperial Collegue Uses GPUs to Spot Brain Damage
5. Standford University - GPUs Help Map Worldwide Poverty
More than two dozen applications from 11 nations were submitted
The other 2015 finalists
- Baylor College of Medicine, for using GPUs to unfold loops in a cell’s genome.
- The Institute of Bioinformatics at the Johannes Kepler University in Linz, Austria, which is deploying GPUs for toxicity prediction.
- Oak Ridge National Laboratory, where researchers use GPUs to produce high-definition global population data. https://blogs.nvidia.com/blog/2015/02/27/mapping-the-world-with-gpus/
- University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, where GPU-accelerated supercomputers analyze communication between cells and viruses.