Storrs

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.

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Farmington

The HPC facility on the Farmington campus is available to all UConn researchers, with a focus on bioinformatics, genomics, and other data-intensive computational problems. This facility is optimized for data-intensive workloads, such as bioinformatics and genomics.

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Other Facilities

Computational Biology Core

Housed in the Institute for Systems Genomics

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Open Science Grid

Managed by the Physics Department

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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.

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.