The HPC facility on the Storrs campus serves all of UConn's researchers, with a focus on tightly-coupled computational problems capable of scaling from a single computer to hundreds of compute nodes. This facility is optimized for compute-intensive workloads, such as simulation and modeling.
Featuring 6,000 CPU cores, a high-speed fabric interconnect, and a parallel file system, the HPC facility on the Storrs campus has served over 500 researchers from each of the university’s schools and colleges.
News & Highlights
- Storrs HPC facilityOperational changes to the Storrs High Performance Computing (HPC) facility will be effective July 1.Posted on May 5, 2017
- UConn Joins Hunt for New MaterialsThe University of Connecticut is one of several leading research institutions collaborating with the Toyota Research Institute to accelerate the design and discovery of advanced materials using artificial intelligence and machine learning.Posted on March 30, 2017
- Storrs HPC Presentation at Computational Biology Core Open HouseThe Computational Biology Core held an Open House event on 2/24/2017 on the Farmington campus. The Storrs HPC facility was presented to the attendees during this event.Posted on February 24, 2017