This session will provide an overview of the University’s data-driven Advanced Computing Systems design as well as the design of the new AI-ready system, TRITON, which supports the biomedical architecture. The Biomedical Informatics architecture at UM currently supports nearly 7 PB of biomedical research data and numerous projects including EHR data from three Health Care partner organizations.
“DATA-DRIVEN COMPUTE SYSTEMS: A Case Study in Bioinformatics and Healthcare Data Science”
Friday, September 20, 2019, 11:15 AM
The overall Biomedical Informatics and Bioinformatics architecture and the Miami CTSI program will be discussed in detail along with new innovative data-driven approaches and applications for Health Care and Biomedical Research.
Also included in this session will be an overview of University Research Integration Data Environment (U-RIDE) which is a core component of this architecture comprised of three main layers: URIDE Foundation, URIDE Analytics, and URIDE Search.
SPEAKER Nick Tsinoremas, PhD | IDSC Institute Director
University of Miami Coral Gables campus
Arthur A. Ungar Building, 2nd floor
Abess Center for Ecosystem Science and Policy ( Room 230C-D)
1365 Memorial Drive
Coral Gables FL 33146
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Sign up for an Introduction to TRITON Workshop | Sessions begin 10/10
TRITON in the News . . .
- South Florida Business Journal “University of Miami installs $3.7M Supercomputer“
- Inside HPC “IBM Deploys TRITON AI Supercomputer at University of Miami“
- HPC Wire “University of Miami Deploys $3.7M IBM Power System for AI, HPC“