Health Sciences Center for Computational Innovation (HSCCI)
The mission of the Health Sciences Center for Computational Innovation (HSCCI) is to facilitate access to high performance computing resources for biomedical research. Home to IBM's next generation supercomputer – the Blue Gene/Q – it is one of the five most powerful university-based supercomputing sites in the nation. The Center for Governmental Research estimates that HSCCI will create 900 jobs in the community and generate $205 million in new research funding over the next 10 years.
"With this partnership, New York has an unprecedented opportunity to participate in cutting-edge healthcare research while creating hundreds of jobs at the University and in the Finger Lakes region."
New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo
The HSCCI Facility
View a timelapse of the construction of the new HSCCI facility.
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- University of Rochester Inaugurates News Era of Health Care Research
- Governor Andrew Cuomo Helps Launch Supercomputer Project at UR (Democrat & Chronicle)
- University of Rochester Holds Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for New HPC Center (HPCwire)
- New Supercomputer at University of Rochester Unveiled (YNN News)
- Supercomputer Coming to UR (Rochester Business Journal)
- University of Rochester to Install Blue Gene/Q (HPCwire)
- University of Rochester and IBM Expand Partnership in Pursuit of New Frontiers in Health
- Local Colleges Flex Economic Muscle (Democrat & Chronicle)