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The CUNY HPCC is
operated by the College of
Staten Island
and funded, in part, by
grants from the City of
New York, State of New
York, CUNY Research
Foundation, and National
Science Foundation
Grants CNS-0958379 and
CNS-0855217.

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From nanoseconds to billions of years, from nanometers to a billion billion kilometers - that is only part of the world of research enabled by computational science. The CUNY High Performance Computing Center provides the computational resources required by CUNY faculty, students, researchers and their collaborators.

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Research

Drs. Maja Mihajlovic and Themis  Lazaridis (City College)  use HPCC resources to model how anti-microbial agents penetrate cell membranes.  The time scale of the processes modeled is in tens of nanoseconds.

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Dr. Ariyeh Maller (New York City College of Technology) uses HPCC resources to model the formation of galaxies.  The time scale in these simulations is billions of years.