KBRIN Bioinformatics Cluster
The KyBRIN Bioinformatics Cluster (kbrin.a-bldg.louisville.edu) is a hybrid cluster system for developmental bioinformatics use for researchers throughout Kentucky. The first generation cluster was built with 16 dual AMD 2400 nodes. An additional eight dual processor, dual core opteron nodes with 24 GB memory each have subsequently been added. Two RAID storage arrays are currently attached to KBRIN, offering 4 TB of storage and an additional 23 TB storage array used primarily for short term data and system backups.
Use of the cluster is intended for researchers and students throughout the Kentucky Biomedical Research Infrastructure Network (KBRIN) in order to further the development of bioinformatics education and research. The cluster is currently located at the Dahlem Supercomputer Center in the Henry Vogt Building at the University of Louisville Speed School of Engineering.
To request an account, please complete the online account request form.
KBRIN Bioinformatics Suite
A suite of offices and a conference room, located in the KBRIN Building at 522 East Gray Street in Louisville, Kentucky, is home to several bioinformatics faculty, postdoctoral researchers and staff.
The conference room is equipped with Polycom® video conferencing technology.