BioX2 Supercomputing Cluster

Structural Biology is proud to be a key sponsor of the Bio-X2 cluster. These facilities are hallmarks of the global Bio-X Program, the purpose of which is to foster communication campus wide amongst the various disciplines in biosciences, biomedicine, and bioengineering.

The Bio-X2 supercomputer is a dream machine with 2,208 64-bit processors in 276 dual quad core nodes each with 16GB of memory and a 48 TB shared parallel file system. This Top 500 ranked cluster is available to students, postdocs and researchers conducting research in biology, bioengineering, and computer science.

For more information, please contact Dr. Tanya Raschke.