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Translational Computer Science

Translational Computer Science (TCS) refers to research that bridges foundational, use-inspired, and applied research with the delivery and deployment of its outcomes to a target community. It supports essential bi-direction interplays where delivery and deployment processes inform the research. TCS builds on the well-known paradigm of Translational Medicine (TM) and maps the accepted three pillars of TM, namely the Bench, the Bedside and the Community into analogues that are relevant for computing, namely Laboratory, Locale and Community.

The term was coined by Abramson and Parashar in 2019.

Papers

Public presentations and keynote addresses

TitlePresented byDateVenue
Translational Computer Science as a Paradigm Underpinning eScienceDAOctober 2022IEEE eScience 2022 Keynote address
Translational Research Computer Science and its application to SupercomputingDANov 2021IEEE SC21 Ken Kennedy Award talk
Translational Research in Computer ScienceDAOctober 2020RIVF (Research, Innovation and Vision for the Future)
Translational Research in Cluster ComputingDASeptember 2021IEEE Cluster 2021
Translational Computer ScienceDAFebruary 2022International Conference Series on Software and Computer Applications
Experiences in Translational Computer Science Research: Data-Management for Extreme ScienceMPJune 2022HPDC 2022
Returning to the Scene of the Crime: Perspective on Translational Computer Science ResearchMPSeptember 2022CCDSC 2022
Experiences in Translational Computer Science Research: Data-Management for Extreme ScienceMPSeptember 2022PPAM 2022

Some seminar downloads are available at Downloads.

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