High Performance Computing

High Performance Computing (HPC) at Florida Atlantic University provides students, faculty, and researchers computing resources.

An HPC Cluster is a set of computers that work together in parallel to perform tasks similar to a supercomputer but for the fraction of the price. An HPC cluster is made up of nodes connected by a high-speed network/interconnect that allows users to perform intense computing tasks. FAU currently runs┬áseveral HPC’s that allow faculty and students in investigate numerous different problem sets.

FAU’s HPC cluster is located on the Jupiter MacArthur campus.

All Students and FAU faculty/researchers can request access to the HPC resources.