Dr. Hoda El-Sayed
Introducing the Sphinx
BSU is home to a $445.5K Cray supercomputer called the Sphinx awarded through a grant from the Department of Defense U.S. Army Research Office to computer science faculty, Dr. Hoda El-Sayed, professor, and Dr. Bo Yang, associate professor, as well as Dr. George Ude, professor, natural sciences. Anyone doing research related to high-performance computing may utilize this facility. Big data, for example, is becoming ubiquitous in the age of information technology and researchers will be better able to extract meaningful information using data analytics and applications with this state-of-the-art high performance computing center.