High Performance Computing Laboratory (HPC)

Description

The High Performance Computing Laboratory at Boston University was created with support from the National Science Foundation (NSF) in order to support the development of undergraduate courses in parallel and high performance computing. The courses offered at Boston University serve as a national model for computational science education. The lab features a network of multimedia graphics workstations linked at high speed to the supercomputers at the Center for Computational Science and the Scientific Computing and Visualization Lab.

Lab Info

Location: Photonics Building, Room 207 (502 sf)
Faculty: Giles, Herbordt
Managing Staff: Goebel, Hamdi
Support: enghelp@bu.edu or 617-353-1244

Course(s) Supported

  • EC450
  • EC527

Hardware

  • 16 HP Z400 Workstations
    • 4GB RAM
    • EVGA nVidia GeForce 285 CUDA graphics cards

Software

  • BU Linux Operating System
  • Matlab/Simulink
  • CUDA SDK