The AHPCC staff congratulate Dr. Dennis Brewer on his appointment to Associate Vice Chancellor for Information Technology and Director of Information Technology Services at the University of Arkansas.
Join us Oct. 22 for a noon-time reception and town-hall meeting to learn more about what high performance and data intensive computing services the AHPCC has to offer.
Before Razor II went into full production mode in early August, Salvador Barraza-Lopez, assistant professor of physics, used 1600 cores to calculate the magnetic field of a material under stress, involving 3 million atoms.
The Razor II 16-core nodes are ready for computing in queues tiny16core, short16core, med16core, and in private queues xqian, sbarraza, and aja.
AHPCC interim co-director and associate professor of mechanical engineering, Douglas Spearot, receives the Young Leader International Scholar Award from the Minerals, Metals and Materials Society, on March 28th.
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