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Esma Yildirim is a Research Associate at Rutgers Discovery Informatics Institute and Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey. She received her Ph.D. from the Louisiana State University Computer Science Department in 2010. She worked at the University at Buffalo as a Scientific Researcher until 2012. She was an Assistant Professor at Fatih University Computer Engineering Department until 2015. Her research interests include data-intensive distributed computing, bioinformatics, cloud computing and optimization in high performance computing, networking and storage systems.
JBHI, Featured ArticlesParallel vs. Distributed Data Access for Giga-pixel-resolution Histology Images: Challenges and Opportunities
Recent advances in digital pathology technology have led to significant improvements in terms of both the quality and resolution of the resulting images, which now often exceed several Gigabytes each. Today, several leading institutions across the US, utilize whole-slide imaging... Read more
Posted on 26 JUN 2017