The High Performance Computing and Informatics Office (HPCIO), provides expertise and resources in high performance computing, computational science, biomedical informatics, and modern information technology to the NIH scientific community.
- To develop high performance computational methods and algorithms to analyze biomedical data and to simulate complex biological systems.
- To develop knowledge-based data management systems for the discovery of biomedical knowledge, including medical image repository systems. To provide high performance computing resources and software tools to NIH researchers, including special-purpose parallel computing machines.
- To collaborate with NIH researchers and colleagues at other research centers in applying information technology to biomedical research problems.
List of relevant conferences (2008)
HPCIO consists of:
- Office of the Chief
- Biomedical Informatics Activity
- Computer Systems Support Group
- High Performance Computing Activity
- Scientific Database Activity
Chief: Dr. Calvin A Johnson, Ph.D.