The University’s next big research tool, a supercomputer called Blue Gene/Q, will further health sciences research.
The University will be one of the first academic institutions in the nation to receive the next generation of IBM’s high performance supercomputers.
Growing partnership between the University and IBM aims to expand supercomputing in research.
David Lewis, Vice President for IT and CIO, highlights some upcoming projects and recent IT accomplishments from across the University.
The Center for Integrated Research Computing’s monthly symposium focused on genomics research and the challenges of this computationally intensive field.
University researchers discuss experimental and computational tools used for the identification of proteins to better understand disease processes.