Since 1989, the High Performance Research Computing (HPRC) group, formerly the Supercomputing Facility, has been dedicated to be a resource for research and discovery at Texas A&M University. We support more than 1,000 users including more than 400 faculty members. Our users use our computing resources for cutting edge, collaborative, and transformative research including, but not limited to, materials development, quantum optimization, and climate prediction. We will continue to promote emerging computing technology to researchers, and assist them in using it for research and discovery.
HPRC's mission is to enable research and discoveries that advance sciences and technologies. HPRC deploys and operates advanced computing and data resources to enable computational and data-enabled research activities of students, faculty, and staff at Texas A&M University. HPRC also provides consulting, technical documentation, and training to support users of these resources.
The HPRC group currently administers three HPC clusters totaling 773 TF in peak performance with 11 PB of high-performance storage.
More information can be found at the HPRC resources page.
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