The SOMRC is available for collaborative work with researchers, faculty, and students. These may include:
Code and package development, such as R and Python packages, Matlab toolboxes, pipelines, or containers. Open source initiatives. Ongoing analysis of large data sets and publication of results. Architecture / design best practices for new research approaches.
Byoung-Do Kim, PhD Director of Research Computing BD leads the SOM research computing program and also supports university-wide collaborations such as CADRE. He received his PhD in Aeronautics and Astronautics Engineering from Purdue University, and has been working in high-performance computing and big data field for more than 10 years at many institutions including National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) and Harvard Medical School. He always looks for opportunities where SOM-RC team can maximize the potential of computational biomed research by providing expertise in big data analysis and advanced computing.