Big data analysis is becoming increasingly important. Large sets of data are being generated by the very latest and most advanced tools, but solutions are lacking that allow the scientists to efficiently cope with the overwhelming amount of information.
The BAHAMAS research project aims to offer life scientists and materials scientists an innovative platform for the storage, processing and analysis of big data. Four distinct use cases have been identified, focusing on the processing of:
A toolset for the processing, compression and analysis of big data in life and materials science applications.
BAHAMAS is an imec.icon research project funded by imec.
It ran from 01.01.2015 until 31.12.2016.