Smaller colleges get to plug into power of high performance computing center in Holyoke (video)

The Northeast Cyberteam Initiative is a new program that will extend the resources of the high performance computing center here to small colleges, an official said Wednesday. “The end result is more people can potentially gain access to the computers that change the way we do science,” center Executive Director John T. Goodhue said.  A three-year, $1.1 million grant from the National Science Foundation will help in training college students to be “research computing facilitators,” liaisons between computing centers and a biologist, say, at a small college, he said.

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