Event features featured speakers from leading research and education institutes across the region.
Project Represents $5 Million Investment by MIT, Harvard, BU, Northeastern, and UMass
New GPU cluster, housed at the MGHPCC, will support artificial intelligence, computer vision and natural language processing research and education.
As first partner outside Mass., collaboration set to advance research computing in the region
Sessions, taking place at SC21 through November 19, will explore strategies to increase HPC access and collaboration.
Agreement includes generous software subscriptions and $20 million grant. Expansion offers BU and other members of the MGHPCC, resources to make a greater impact on open cloud research.
Amid rising global cases and threatening variants, a major gap remains to be filled in the world’s strategy for defeating the pandemic: effective therapeutics.
In the face of the COVID 19 pandemic, a Massachusetts biotech startup turns to the MGHPCC for HPC resources in its hunt for existing FDA-approved drugs that might be a therapeutic candidate against the novel coronavirus.
It has long been recognized that computing, as a field, is strikingly less diverse than the users of the technology it produces, exhibiting a stubbornly enduring gender and underrepresented minority gap often referred to as “the Missing 70%.” MGHPCC partner, the NSF funded Expanding Computing Education Pathways (ECEP) Alliance, seeks to facilitate state-level systemic change […]
Modelers at UMass Lowell use MGHPCC computers to assess whether the close stellar proximity of a recently discovered Red-dwarf orbiting, Earth-like exoplanet could negatively impact its effective habitability.
Robert Marsland III is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Theoretical Biophysics Group at Boston University. He uses computers housed at the MGHPCC in his work hunting down the governing principles underpinning the dynamics and community ecology of microbial systems on scales from the human gut up to that of the planet itself.