Computational

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The Brandeis high performance computational cluster (HPCC) is comprised of 155 computational nodes, each of which has 8 or 12 cores ranging in clock speed from 2.50 GHz to 3.16 GHz. In addition, 5 nodes of the cluster are connected to 12 NVIDIA GPUs. The HPCC has about 36 TB of storage and is administered by Francesco Pontiggia, who also is an NSF XSEDE Campus Champion and assists users in acquiring time from the NSF XSEDE supercomputing facilities.