Research shown at the Texas A&M virtual exhibit booth by HPRC at the SC20 conference.
NSF Grant Supports Texas A&M’s Acquisition Of High Performance Computing Platform
Synergism between Theory and Experiments
Normalized surface vorticity, coastal ocean off Texas and Louisiana, 2010
Development and Testing of Structurally Independent Foundations for a 54” Tall High-Speed Containment Single Slope Concrete Barrier
Using computational methods to study, engineer and design
Effect of methylation on local mechanics and hydration structure of DNA by Xiaojing Teng and Wonmuk Hwang, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Texas A&M.
Simulating the Effects of a Space Radiation Environment with a Ground-Based Model by Jeff Chancellor, et al, Texas A&M Computational Physics Group.
Simulation of the final moments of Germanwings Flight 9525, deliberately crashed in the French Alps on March 24, 2015 by Goong Chen, et al, Department of Mathematics, Texas A&M.
Simulation and crash tests of a vehicle impacting a short-radius guardrail at 62 MPH by Akram Abu-Odeh at the Texas A&M Transportation Institute.
Structures of the Carbon-Phosphorus Lyase Complex Reveal the Binding Mode of the NBD-like PhnK by Junjiez Zhang, et al, Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Texas A&M.
Electrostatic potential map for Si cluster and solvent decomposition products by Perla Balbuena, Department of Chemical Engineering, Texas A&M.
Grace and FASTER Maintenance, November 6-7
Posted at 10/31/2023 5:11p
The Grace and FASTER clusters will be unavailable from 9am Monday November 6th to 8pm on Tuesday November 7th. The shared storage for the clusters will be undergoing maintenance on November 6th. Software and hardware maintenance will also be performed on both clusters during the downtime. Jobs will not be scheduled if they will overlap with this maintenance window.