In 1998, West Virginia University became the state’s fastest bridge to high performance computing on campus and around the world. From Beowulf clusters to the "big iron" at the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC), WVU faculty and their partners throughout the region benefit from fast access to state-of-the-art technology in the computational sciences through the SuperComputing Science Consortium, (SC)2.

Other High Performance Computing and Communications Activities at WVU

Dr. Celik and NETL researcher

Turbulence predictions in reacting multiphase flow

Turning teens on to HPCC

Particle laden turbulent flow simulations

Turning teens on to HPCC

Modeling of coal/syngas-based solid oxide fuel cell stacks

Dr. Gannett

Molecular dynamics calculations of spin labeled nanometers