Below is a selection of papers that appeared in April 2020 reporting the results of research using the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center (MGHPCC), or acknowledging the use of Harvard’s Odyssey or Cannon Clusters, Northeastern’s Discovery Cluster, the Boston University Shared Computing Cluster and MIT’s Engaging Cluster all of which are housed at the MGHPCC.
UMass Amherst scientists advance knowledge of neurodegenerative fibril formation using computers at the MGHPCC. Continue reading Computational techniques explore ‘the dark side of amyloid aggregation in the brain
Using computers housed at the MGHPCC, UMass Dartmouth graduate student develops new model to aid gravitational wave discoveries.
Continue reading Smashing Discoveries
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.
Continue reading Microbiome Pattern Hunting
MGHPCC and the Mass Open Cloud (MOC) project are collaborating with MOC partners Intel and Red Hat to match volunteer experts in computing with projects that need help in the fight against COVID-19. Continue reading MGHPCC-Boston University collaboration helps fight coronavirus with computing
The Open Cloud Workshop (formerly the Mass Open Cloud (MOC) Workshop) was held on March 2-3, 2020 at Boston University.
Continue reading A 2020 Vision on Cloud Computing
reporting by Helen Hill
In a new paper, MIT researcher Stephanie Dutkiewicz and collaborators use computers housed at the MGHPCC to develop theories to explain and predict how phytoplankton are distributed in the ocean.
Continue reading Exploring Phytoplankton Diversity
Doctoral Candidate in MIT’s Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering (NSE) Nestor Sepulveda is using MGHPCC research computing resources to help chart a path towards decarbonization. Continue reading Zeroing in on Decarbonization
Astrophysicists at UMass Dartmouth use computing resources at the MGHPCC to study black hole’s hair!
Continue reading Professor discovers way to differentiate individual black holes