Mel Bernstein, Northeastern’s senior vice provost for research and graduate education, has been unanimously elected president of the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center, a state-of-the-art computational infrastructure and collaborative... Read more
Girls Inc. of Holyoke, a MGHPCC community partner, highlighted new strategic STEM initiatives and programming for girls at its February 28th “Thanks for Giving” Reception. The event provided friends and supporters of Girls Inc. the opportunity to interact with the girls themselves and learn more... Read more
In a session entitled “Change in Action: Innovative Practices from our Member Campuses,” at the recent American Council on Education National meeting in Washington, DC, Mel Bernstein, Senior Vice Provost for Research & Graduate Education along with his colleague Tim Leshan, Vice President... Read more
MGHPCC Executive Director John Goodhue explains how our recently completed high performance computing center in Holyoke will help Massachusetts stay at the forefront of discovery and innovation, and demonstrate clean energy leadership through application of efficient data center design and technology.
The Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center (MGHPCC) receives a $4.54 million grant from the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center (MLSC) for a computer system to be used for research in the life sciences.
2012 seed grant recipients Jonathan Appavoo (BU) and Ellen Grant (Boston Children's Hospital) share their cloud enabled fetal neuro-imaging application.
With the ribbon cutting behind us, MGHPCC is in the process of welcoming its first tenants: Among them the BU I.T. team.
MGHPCC awards $500,000 in second round of seed grants for collaborative research in array of scientific disciplines.
Holyoke, November 15th, representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the City of Holyoke, Boston University, Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Northeastern University and the University of Massachusetts, and industry partners EMC and CISCO gathered for a ribbon-cutting... Read more
The human genome is made up of 3 billion base pairs. Reading the genome from a modern, high-speed sequencer is a lot like doing a big jigsaw puzzle. Computer Scientist, Assistant Professor Yanlei Diao (UMass Amherst) is leading a multi institution collaboration to develop next-generation, on-demand big... Read more