The primary asset for Scientific Computing is the supercomputer Minerva:
- 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)
- total of 1.2 petaflops of compute power
We partner with scientists to conduct their research with the right tools and services:
- eRAP is a web-based interactive tool for data entry and reporting. Custom databases are rapidly developed for your longitudinal single and multi-site studies.
- REDCap is a secure web application for building and managing online surveys and databases. Track data manipulation, user activity, export procedures, scheduling, calendaring, and branching logic.
- All Research Data Services are HIPAA compliant.
The Mount Sinai Data Warehouse provides researchers access to data:
- Over 12 million unique patients in the Mount Sinai Health System Epic Electronic Health Record (EHR)
- 115 million patient encounters recorded in Epic
- Ecosystem is Epic and OMOP-centric
- Clinical data is extracted from the Epic Caboodle and Clarity databases, transformed to the OMOP CDM
- Custom data requests and self-service query tools access this data
Support & Contact
Contact our team to ask questions, request account access, submit a ticket to report a bug, or access the service desk. Review answers to our Frequently Asked Questions. We are here to answer your questions and support your research.