University of Oregon

High Performance Computing

Information Services operates a high-performance parallel computing cluster for scientific computing. The research cluster allows access to a variety of proprietary and open source software packages, interactive and batch processing.

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  • What is XSEDE? The Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) is the most advanced, powerful, and robust collection of integrated advanced digital resources and services...
  • The Applied Computational Instrument for Scientific Synthesis (ACISS) is a research computing cluster built as a: heterogeneous platform to address requirements from a diverse set of research...
  • XSEDE works by combining the computing power of eleven providers into a large powerful network of super-computers. Integrating high-performance computers, data resources, and high-end experimental...
  • This page will be updated as additional packages are made available. Last updated: Tuesday, March 1st, 2010 Available Software Packages Packages listed in italics are available through the...
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