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Dassault, NIMHANS, And UberCloud Foster Innovative Non-Invasive Neuro-Stimulation Of The Brain To Treat Schizophrenia, With High Performance Computing

 


In the last six years UberCloud has performed 200 cloud experiments with engineers and scientists and their complex applications.  In a series of challenging high performance computing applications in the Life Sciences, UberCloud’s HPC Containers have been packaged recently with several scientific workflows and application data to simulate complex phenomena in human’s heart and brain. As the core software for these HPC Cloud experiments we are using the (containerized) Abaqus solver running in a fully automated multi-node HPE environment in the Advania HPC Cloud.

This latest HPC cloud experiment is based on computer simulations of a novel non-invasive transcranial electro-stimulation of the human brain to treat schizophrenia.

The experiment has been collaboratively performed by the National Institute of Mental Health & Neuro Sciences in India (NIMHANS), Dassault SIMULIA, Advania, and UberCloud, and generously sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Intel.

 

You can download the full article here Dassault, NIMHANS, and UberCloud Foster Innovative Non-Invasive Neuro-Stimulation of the Brain to Treat Schizophrenia, with High Performance Computing.

A shorter version appeared in HPCwire.

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Dr. Wolfgang Gentzsch is the President and Co-Founder of UberCloud. Wolfgang is an industry executive consultant for high performance, technical and cloud computing. He was the Chairman of the Intl. ISC Cloud Conference Series, an Advisor to the EU projects DEISA and EUDAT, directed the German D-Grid Initiative, was a Director of the Open Grid Forum, Managing Director of the North Carolina Supercomputer Center (MCNC), and a member of the US President’s Council on Science & Technology PCAST. Wolfgang founded several HPC companies, including Gridware (which developed the distributed resource management software Grid Engine) acquired by Sun where he became Sun’s Senior Director of Grid Computing

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