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University High Performance Hub for Informatics Q&A

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Opened in October 2016, the High Performance Hub for Informatics (HPHI) is funded by a MRC Clinical Research Infrastructure Award to provide storage and processing facilities. It is part of the BioCloud initiative integrating medical and biological datasets with high performance computing facilities. The HPHI equipment is hosted in the West Cambridge Data Centre, with offsite backup, reducing energy usage and thus the University’s carbon footprint.

The vast majority of neuroimaging data processing still takes place on the BCNI . The BCNI computer system is not receiving any further investment and will, eventually, be decommissioned. Computing for neuroimaging and the neurosciences is to be served by the High Performance Hub for Informatics (HPHI). The Senior Staff of the Department of Psychiatry have decided to plan the migration of its data assets from the BCNI to the HPHI , taking advantage of the opportunity to implement Data Governance.

In this session I will cover what the HPHI is and how it differs from existing resources, and what plans we have in Department of Psychiatry to help people migrate their datasets to the HPHI , with plenty of time for Q&A.

This talk is part of the Department of Psychiatry & CPFT Thursday Lunchtime Seminar Series series.

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