In Icahn Lab, a room-sized sculpture by
architect Frank Gehry provides a
unique setting for a review session in
Integrated Science led by physics
professor Daniel Marlow.

We aim to provide powerful computing resources within the Institute. Members of the Institute have access to multiple clusters and general-purpose computing systems. Computing resources within the Institute itself include a 568 core cluster with 11 to 19 GB per core, a 560 core cluster with 8 GB per core, and a general-purpose system with 40 cores and 1 TB of memory. Members also have access to many resources provided by PICSciE, which include a 3136 core cluster with 4-8 GB per core and other high performance systems with Infiniband networking, GPUs, and clustered storage systems.

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