High Performance Computing at UHD
High Performance Computing, or HPC, is the application of "supercomputers" and parallel computing to computational problems that are either too large for standard computers or would take too long. A desktop computer generally has a single processing chip, commonly called a CPU. An HPC system, on the other hand, is essentially a network of nodes, each of which contains one or more processing chips, as well as its own memory and specialized processors.
Who can use HPC at UHD?
HPC is available for UHD faculty, staff and students.
How do I get access?
must be requested to access HPC.
How is the HPC configured?
UHD HPC Cluster hosts a total of 1536 CPU cores in 32 compute GPU Compute nodes. The Computing cluster was established in 2016 with the help of a grant from Department of Defense.
View the full configuration.
What are the policies and procedures?
Details about roles and responsibilities, account provisioning and other important information are on the Policies and Procedures page.