HPC (High Performance Computing)

Overview:

WVU offers HPC (High Performance Computing) resources for WVU research staff and faculty through the ITS Research Computing Group. HPC refers to the practice of aggregating computing power in a way that delivers much higher performance than out of a typical desktop computer or workstation to solve large problems.

WVU HPC is a community-led, peer driven effort to ensure WVU maintains a lead in many fields of research that require powerful, low-latency computing including molecular physics, computational neurosciences, advanced materials research and NanoSAFE. Over 3,000 cores are available to researchers on two systems, Mountaineer and Spruce Knob.

Request Access:

To request a user account for WVU Research Computing resources submit a ticket using the Research Computing service page.

Have questions about HPC?

For self-help, please visit wiki.hpc.wvu.edu.

Submit questions concerning WVU's HPC resources to the ITS Research Computing Team through the Research Computing service page.

 

 

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Article ID: 5605
Created
Mon 5/4/15 3:19 PM
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Fri 10/2/20 10:00 AM