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Dell rewards 'High Performing' Student

Paul Kelly being presented with a laptop by Colin Boyd from Dell
Dr Peter Kilpatrick (Queen’s University),
Colin Boyd (Dell), Paul Kelly and
Dr Ivor Spence (Queen’s University)

Paul Kelly, a final year computing student at Queen's University Belfast has been presented with a Dell laptop computer for coming top in a High Performance Computing challenge as part of his degree.  Paul, from Lisburn, completed the program challenge as part of his MEng Computer Science finals at the University.

Colin Boyd, Account Executive with Dell Northern Ireland, who presented Paul with his laptop, commented "On behalf of Dell, I am delighted to present Paul with his prize.   He is obviously a very talented student and I wish him all the best for his future career. 

"Dell has a five year strategic partnership with Queen's University Belfast to develop, enhance and exploit the High Performance Computing Infrastructure available within the University, so we are pleased to have the opportunity to sponsor this prize."

Commenting on behalf of Queen's, lecturer Dr Ivor Spence said "We are grateful to Dell for their continued support at both a strategic level and also in activities such as this, which provide real benefit to our students".

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