ISC'12

June 17-21, 2012

Hamburg, Germany

Mr. Lukasz Swierczewski

College of Computer Science & Business Administration

Lukasz Swierczewski is an IT student at the College of Computer Science and Business Administration in Lomza, Computer Science and Automation Institute.
He is particularly interested in parallel computing, high performance computing solutions and theoretical mathematics. He deals with the development of Goldbach's Conjecture Project within the framework of Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing which aims at the analysis of Goldbach's hypothesis. Lukasz is the chairman of the Academic Computer Science Circle at the College of Computer Science and Business Administration in Lomza. In his computing he also uses the national PL-Grid platform.

 
Contributions: Research Poster Session
Algorithms & Analysis
(11) OLib – High Performance Library Containing Mathematical Functions & Algorithms
  
Program may be subject to changes.