High Performance Computing

Overview

ITS supports High Performance Computing (HPC) service for University researchers and scholars from diverse disciplines whose work requires intensive computations. HPC service is currently supported by two high performance Linux clusters. These clusters are used for solving complex computational problems that cannot be supported by standard desktop computers or workstations. The clusters can support research projects that require a sizable CPU power, memory, network and disk space as well as parallel programming for improving research efficiency.  

ITS arranges training courses on parallel programming for staff and students to acquaint them on how to use parallel programming to optimize the use of computational power in calculations and program running.

Users are requested to acknowledge the use of ITS HPC facilities in their research publications. Please see Acknowledgement for more information.

Pages Related To This Service

High Performance Computing facilities
Research Computing Usage Policy
Accessing Research Computing Resources
HPC Software and Programming Tools
HPC User Guide
ITS Training

Available To

Staff and Students to perform intensive computations in research.