HPE Data Science Institute: The Computing Power Fueling Discovery at UH and Beyond
For many of the groundbreaking discoveries at the University of Houston, there has been a superpower quietly running behind the scenes. Over the past four years, the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Data Science Institute (HPE DSI) has provided critical computational resources that UH researchers rely upon as they push the boundaries of knowledge in energy, health care, engineering, business, social services and other fields.
“Research projects at the University promise profound improvements for many. Not just here in Houston, but across the country and in far corners of the world. And not just in our own time, but long into the future with advances from our researchers in cyber security, community sustainability, pharmaceutical development and other critical areas,” said Claudia Neuhauser, director of the HPE DSI and interim vice president for research at UH. “I cannot imagine work of this magnitude being successful without such high-performance big data computing capacity.”