Designed and constructed the CCNI platform and facility, made up of massively parallel Blue Gene supercomputers, POWER-based Linux clusters, and AMD Opteron processor-based clusters, providing more than 100 teraflops of computing power, opening it in September 2007 as one of the most powerful university-based supercomputers in the world.
Received $2.65 million grant from the National Science Foundation to install new IBM Blue Gene/Q system (Fall 2011).
Established four constellations in computation and information technology—building upon existing core strengths in microelectronics and microsystems and advanced scientific computation, modeling, and simulation.
The Center for Biotechnology and Interdisciplinary Studies (CBIS) at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute interweaves life sciences, physical sciences, and engineering into the fields of biotechnology and medicine, opening exciting new pathways to innovation and discovery.
Center for Computational Innovations (CCI) - Solving problems for next generation basic and applied science and engineering research through the use of massively parallel computation and data analytics.