Top 10 Minerva Users

12 Sept to 23 Sept 2021

PI

Department

Hours

Do, Ron

Genetics and Genomic Sciences

294,734

Buxbaum, Joseph

Psychiatry

160,800

Huckins, Laura

Genetics and Genomic Sciences

71,724

Wang, Pei

Genetics and Genomic Sciences

32,802

Pinto, Dalila

Genetics and Genomic Sciences

30,457

Raj, Towfique

Neurosciences

29,268

Fang, Gang

Genetics and Genomic Sciences

23,454

Klein, Robert

Genetics and Genomic Sciences

21,370

Hao, Ke

Genetics and Genomic Sciences

19,635

Gnjatic, Sacha

Medicine Hem/Onc

18,776

Technical Specifications

Minerva utilizes 14,304 Intel Gold 8168 24C, 2.7 GHz compute cores (48 cores per node with two sockets in each node), 286 nodes with 192 GB of memory per node, 65.7 terabytes of total memory, 350 terabytes of solid-state storage and nearly 30 petabytes of spinning storage accessed via IBM’s Spectrum Scale/General Parallel File System (GPFS) for a total of 1.2 petaflops of compute power. Read more.

Connect to Minerva

Minerva uses the Secure Shell (ssh) protocol and Two Factor authentication. Read more.

Account Request

As part of Minerva’s HIPAA compliance, all Minerva users must have an account. Request external collaborator accounts and project allocations. See account types.

Mount Sinai Data Warehouse

Mount Sinai Data Warehouse (MSDW) collects clinical and operational data for use in clinical and translational research, as well as quality and improvement initiatives. Self-service tools and custom queries enable researchers to access this data. Learn more about MSDW.

Data Ark: Data Commons

The Data Ark consists of seven data sets with the overarching goal to ensure that research data at Mount Sinai are managed, processed and combined in a way that optimizes the power, pace and relevance of our science. Request access to utilize this resource. Learn more about Data Ark Data Sets.

Remember to acknowledge Mount Sinai in your work.

An acknowledgement of support from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai should appear in a publication of any material based on or developed with Mount Sinai-supported computing resource. Click here for acknowledgements to add to your work.

Minerva is HIPAA Compliant

All users are required to read the HIPAA policy and complete the Minerva HIPAA Agreement Form on an annual basis or risk account deactivation. Click here to read more about HIPAA Compliance.

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Research Roadmap

The Office of Research Services (ORS) serves as a central resource for the Mount Sinai research community.

Research Discovery

Incredible research is being done on Mount Sinai Scientific Computing machines.

Resources

User trainings, archive, and documentation access.

Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to our most common inquiries.