Biowulf at the NIH
Biowulf cluster nodes

The NIH Biowulf cluster is a GNU/Linux parallel processing system designed and built at the National Institutes of Health and managed by the Helix Systems Staff. The system is designed for large numbers of simultaneous jobs common in bioinformatics as well as large-scale distributed memory tasks such as molecular dynamics.

Recent Publications:
(All collected publications)
Influence of the dye presence on the conformational preferences of CREKA, a tumor homing linear pentapeptide.
Zanuy D, Curcó D, Nussinov R, Alemán C
Biopolymers , Epub ahead of print Dec 2 (2008)

Analysis of Smoking Cessation Patterns Using a Stochastic Mixed-Effects Model With a Latent Cured State
Sheng Luo, Ciprian M Crainiceanu, Thomas A Louis, Nilanjan Chatterjee
J. Am. Stat. Assoc. 103(483) :1002-1013 (2008)

Inference of non-centrality parameter of a truncated non-central chi-squared distribution
Qizhai Li and Kai Yu
J. Stat. Planning and Inference , doi: 10.1016/j.jspi.2008.11.007 (2008)

Optimizing computer-aided colonic polyp detection for CT colonography by evolving the Pareto front
Jiang Li, Adam Huang, Jack Yao, Jiamin Liu, Robert L. Van Uitert, Nicholas Petrick, Ronald M. Summers
Medical Physics 36 :201-212 (2009)
Current Cluster Status
Friday, January 30th, 2009
Plot graph of load.
In the last hour:
48 jobs started
68 jobs finished
Users and Jobs:
72 users
566 running jobs