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The Bioinformatics Computational Core Laboratories (BCCL) located on the first floor of the Trani Center for Life Sciences. The facility, which occupies approximately 2600 square feet, consists of three main laboratories plus offices.

The Center for High Performance Computing
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The Instructional/Videoconferencing Lab contains state-of-the art teaching, distance learning, and video conferencing capabilities. It has one instructor podium station and 12 student stations, projection capabilities and plasma screen displays, distance learning and videoconferencing equipment, and other equipment required for instruction.
The Research Core Lab contains 8 high-end Intel double boot (Windows/Linux) workstations for research applications. These workstations will be available for use by Center Fellows and Associates for short or long term applications. This Research Core also serves as a smaller scale instructional facility, with projection and teaching capabilities. These rooms are all linked to the University backbone through a dedicated Gigabit Ethernet link.
Supercomputing Systems Group Headed by J. Michael Davis, the High Performance Computing Systems Group consists of a strike team of highly trained operating systems analysts with extensive experience in highly parallel Unix/Linux operating systems. This team is located in approximately 1100 square feet of offices in the Trani Center for Life Sciences and provides 24/7 coverage for the Center and the BCCL.


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