Significant upgrades during 2010-11 increased CCR's computing capacity to 100 Tflops and storage capacity to over 600 TBytes.
CCR and MathWorks are teaming up to offer presentations and hands-on workshops on MATLAB in March and April.
3 NYSERDA grants increased CCR's compute capacity by a factor of ten while decreasing data center energy consumption by 20%.
Steve Gallo, CCR's lead software engineer and database administrator, was honored by UB at this year's Inventors and Entrepreneurs Reception.
CCR is developing monitoring tools for NSF's XSEDE program, the world’s largest computing infrastructure for open, scientific research
Collaboration with UB Admissions & Communications departments results in 3D models of all 3 UB campuses and an app for iPhone/iPad devices
Here are just a few of the many research projects currently
utilizing our resources. Check out more on our Research
Highlights page and submit your project to be featured on
Interaction of ISL1 and POU4F2 in retinal development
Molecular modeling helps scientists understand complex molecular systems
Database explores effect of SNPs on micro-RNA binding in relation to human disease
REDfly: A Regulatory Element Database for Drosophila
UB research inspired episode of History Channel's "Mega Disasters" series
NYSERDA - UB: DEMONSTRATING ENVIRONMENTAL LEADERSHIP
Building a computer that can understand images as well as a human
VHub: Collaborative volcano research and risk mitigation
Computational Fluid Dynamics helps predict fire intensity & growth
Development of an Expert Crystallization Knowledge System
The Center for Computational Research is the University at
Buffalo's high performance computing and high end visualization
The CCR website offers a wide range of documentation,
presentations, and examples to aid in the utilization of CCR
resources to facilitate your research. Contact us any time
you need assistance!
Important notices regarding the status of CCR resources are
posted here, including scheduled down times for system