Coalition for Academic Scientific Computation (CASC)


Texas A&M University is a member of the Coalition for Academic Scientific Computation (CASC). CASC is dedicated to advocating for the use of the most advanced computing technology to accelerate scientific discovery for national competitiveness, global security, and economic success, as well as develop a diverse and well-prepared 21st century workforce.

Intel Parallel Computing Center (Intel PCC)

Texas A&M HPRC became an Intel Parallel Computing Center in 2016. Our primary focus is on modernizing OpenFOAM to increase parallelism and scalability through optimizations that leverage cores, caches, threads, and vector capabilities of Intel Xeon Phi processors.

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XSEDE Campus Champions Program


The XSEDE Campus Champions Program is a group of 300+ Campus Champions at 200+ US colleges, universities, and other research-focused institutions, whose role is to help researchers at their institutions to use research computing, especially (but not exclusively) large scale and high end computing. Texas A&M University has four Campus Champions with two from HPRC (Rick McMullen and Dhruva Chakravorty).