Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment
To get started on a project, we will need the following information (Youngsu Kim can help you with this).
- Description of your project (if a student project, please state faculty advisor).
- Which supercomputing center(s) listed below you request, the estimated CPU and GPU hours needed, and (if any) requested amount of disc storage. (If you like, high performance computing consultants Dr. Dung Vu and James Macdonell can also assist you in defining your resource needs.)
- Provide your XSEDE account information. New users can register here; registered users can also access many useful free training resources here.
- Upon receiving your project request, we will add you as user of the requested resources.
- Before accessing the allocated resources, users need to refer to the user’s guides for the relevant center(s).
Open Science Grid (OSG):
Pittsburgh Super Computers:
PSC Bridges-2 GPU (Bridges-2 GPU): 2,500.0 GPU Hours
PSC Bridges-2 Extreme Memory (Bridges-2): 1,000.0 Core-hours
PSC Bridges-2 Storage (Ocean): 500.0 GB
PSC Bridges-2 Regular Memory (Bridges-2): 50,000.0 Core-hours
San Diego Supercomputer Center:
SDSC Dell Cluster with NVIDIA V100 GPUs NVLINK and HDR IB (Expanse GPU): 2,500.0 GPU Hours
SDSC Expanse Projects Storage: 500.0 GB
SDSC Dell Cluster with AMD Rome HDR IB (Expanse): 50,000.0 Core-hours
SDSC Medium-term disk storage (Data Oasis): 500.0 GB
Texas Advanced Computing Center:
TACC Dell/Intel Knights Landing, Skylake System (Stampede2): 1,600.0 Node Hours
IU/TACC Storage (Jetstream Storage): 500.0 GB
IU/TACC (Jetstream): 50,000.0 SUs
TACC Long-term tape Archival Storage (Ranch): 500.0 GB