The OpenMind Computing Cluster is a shared resource for the MIT brain research community.

The OpenMind computing cluster is operated by the McGovern Institute and provides the MIT brain research community with access to state-of-art computing resources. The cluster is housed at the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center (MGHPCC) in Holyoke, MA, with a 10G link to the MIT campus. OpenMind is a Linux-based cluster with both CPU and GPU nodes, plus 2.5 PiB of storage. It supports over 200 users and 20 groups. This is a shared computer cluster across laboratories and has a yearly subscription fee, which entitles each group priority access to resources.

Prospective users should begin by registering for a user account (MIT certificate required). Specifications can be found on this wiki (MIT certificate required).

For more information:

Shaohao Chen
Computational Support Specialist