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high-performance computing


Consolidating storage in scientific computing


Shailesh Shenoy discusses the challenges


faced by large medical research organisations in the face of ever-growing volumes of data


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Albert Einstein College of Medicine New York City, New York


he Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York, or just Einstein for short, is a research- intensive medical school dedicated


to medical education, research and biomedical investigation. To give you an idea of the full size of Einstein, we have more than 3,000 faculty and staff, 750 medical students and 245 PhD students, and more than 300 research laboratories. Our core mission is divided between educating medical students and our high-end research programme. One of my roles is to deliver and maintain


the computational resources necessary for the collection, analysis, visualisation and storage of biophotonics data sets – harnessing photons to detect, image and manipulate biological material. What makes us different from other


research institutes is that we develop technology that is designed to meet specific research goals. Specifically, my research involves the engineering of optical microscopes and instrumentation that help scientists observe single biological molecules within living cells – which entails developing soſtware to control microscope


HAVING


IDENTIFIED THE CHALLENGES, WE KNEW THAT OUR NEW


SYSTEM NEEDED TO BE EASY TO MANAGE





6 SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING WORLD


@scwmagazine l www.scientific-computing.com


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