Scientific Computing and Data Resources
We offer a wide array of resources for researchers. A selection of these is listed below.
Minerva is named after the Roman goddess of wisdom and medicine and provides more than 100 million core hours of computation per year with a peak speed of more than 200 teraflops. Minerva is comprised of over 12,000 cores connected via Infiniband, 60 terabytes of RAM, 160 terabytes of flash memory and 10 petabytes of raw storage capacity. In addition to its computational and data capabilities, Minerva also hosts web, database, Matlab, archival storage, and high speed data transfer services. Access is open to Mount Sinai and affiliated external researchers.
Consulting Computational Sciences
Domain-specific PhD scientists with interdisciplinary computing expertise help researchers to make efficient and effective use of the resources.
Education and Training
We offer a diverse array of education and training events including graduate classes in Scientific Computing and workshops with academic and industrial partners.
Mount Sinai Data Warehouse
The Mount Sinai Data Warehouse (MSDW) consists of clinical, operational, and financial data derived from the patient care processes of The Mount Sinai Hospital and The Mount Sinai Faculty Practice Associates. Detailed inpatient and outpatient data are extracted from transactional systems, transformed, and loaded into MSDW nightly. MSDW contains data since 2003, sourced from 20 transactional systems, encompassing more than nine million patients and over two billion facts. Learn more about the Mount Sinai Data Warehouse
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New York, NY 10029