About SeWHiP

The goal of the Southeast Wisconsin High Performance cyberinfrastructure (SeWHiP) is to share expertise, research and computing interests, data and information, and computing resources. 

Begun in August 2006, SeWHiP is a voluntary association of institutions and individuals who work together in a spirit of mutual trust and sharing of resources to advance research and education as well as the individual missions of each institution and its employees. 

The institutions that have played a key role in planning the SeWHiP consortium are BloodCenter of Wisconsin, Marquette University, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Institute Inc, Milwaukee School of Engineering and the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. These institutions have a joint memorandum of understanding for establishing a shared, multi-institutional computing resource; establishing operating agreements to allow members of the community and/or the parties involved to access/use the community’s computing resources; and developing a plan for future maintenance, management and development of high performance computing (HPC) infrastructure. 

SeWHiP is led by a Board of Directors comprised of Voting Representatives from BloodCenter of Wisconsin, Marquette University, Milwaukee Institute, and the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee.