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.
Terra Cluster Maintenance, July 27 — UPDATED
UPDATE: (7/28/2021 4:53pm): The Terra maintenance has been completed. HPRC's dashboard add-on is currently not functioning in the Open OnDemand portal and we are investigating this issue.
Posted at 07/19/2021 11:57a
The Terra cluster will be unavailable from 9am to 6pm on Tuesday, July 27th. Software and hardware maintenance will be performed during this downtime. Jobs will not be scheduled if they will overlap with this maintenance window.
Grace Cluster Maintenance, July 15 — UPDATED
UPDATE: (7/15/2021 11:18pm): The Grace cluster maintenance has been completed.
Posted at 7/07/2021 12:37pm
The Grace cluster will be unavailable from 9am to 6pm on Thursday, July 15th. Software and hardware maintenance will be performed during this downtime. Jobs will not be scheduled if they will overlap with this maintenance window. Any running jobs will be requeued when the maintenance starts.
Ada Cluster Retirement, July 5 — UPDATED
UPDATE: (6/25/2021 2:00am): Due to the extended downtime for Grace, the shutdown date for the Ada cluster is now July 5th to allow more time to transfer files from Ada to Grace.
Posted at 4/21/2021 10:11am
The Grace cluster will be replacing the Ada cluster as our primary research computing cluster. The Ada cluster will be retired in phases according to the following schedule:
- On May 17, we will shutdown some of the compute racks in preparation to give them to the designated research groups approved by the VPR.
- On June 1, we will shutdown the remaining compute racks. The login and data transfer nodes will remain available for retrieving and migrating data.
- On July 5, the Ada cluster will be completely shutdown. Retrieval and/or migration of data MUST be completed by this date.
Users MUST only migrate data from Ada that will be used for future work on Grace. Any other data not intended for use on Grace that you want to retain MUST be copied to non-HPRC storage. All large quota increase requests over 10TB MUST be submitted by PIs, and will be reviewed and approved by the HPRC director.