News and Research Highlights
Dec 7 2020
Researchers from Stanford's School of Medicine, Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery recently published their results in The Journal of the Royal Society Interface.
They utilized the power of SRCC's Sherlock HPC cluster to massively accelerate their biomechanical simulation. From the article:
With the Shelter-in-Place order came the shutdown of many Stanford research labs on campus, disrupting the in-lab work many faculty and their research teams were conducting and limiting their access to critical tools and instruments.
As a result, many researchers shifted their energy into...
Jun 18 2020
Check out SRCC's team member Vanessa Sochat's research software engineer (RSE) stories. Here we share stories from research software engineers to better understand the many phenotypes and facets that can define an RSE. As initiatives to empower RSEs take off in both the United States and the UK,...
Apr 15 2020
About a month ago, we announced that we were dedicating a portion of Sherlock’s computing resources to research projects around COVID-19.
Since then, more than 15 PIs and research groups have reached out to share their projects, and their time-critical need for more computing resources in the...
Mar 23 2020
We would like to make researchers aware of the the COVID-19 High Performance Computing (HPC) Consortium.
The COVID-19 High Performance Computing Consortium is a unique private-public effort spearheaded by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, the U.S. Department of Energy and IBM...