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High Performance Computing Center

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Cowboy
Learn about our newest supercomputer, Cowboy!  Cowboy is Oklahoma's largest externally funded supercomputer in state history
 
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Current Events    

SPRING 2015 HPCC Newsletter (released 2/26/15)
 
MARCH 26, 2015 @ 9:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. (SU406 - Case Study 2)  STATE OF THE HPC - staff will bring all users in attendance up to date on the latest equipment, and happenings in the OSU HPCC.  We will be opening the floor for questions, concerns and suggestions.  Come join us and learn what the HPC can do for your research!!
                                                      
FEBRUARY 3rd & MARCH 12th, 2015 - Spring Sessions of Linux/Cowboy Supercomputer beginners training for OSU HPCC users will be held on the Stillwater Campus.
 
SPRING 2015 - Supercomputing in Plain English web series by Henry Neeman. Go here for registration and other info: http://www.oscer.ou.edu/education/
 
NOVEMBER 2014 OSU HPCC was granted membership into both the XSEDE Federation and the Service Provider (SP) Forum. These two organizations are designed to provide, enable and support the use of digital resources and services for conducting research.  The Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and is the most advanced, powerful and robust collection of integrated digital resources and services in the world. It is a single virtual system that scientists can use to interactively share computing resources, data, and expertise. As an XSEDE Federation Level 3 Service Provider, HPCC will be able to work closely with XSEDE and provide better support to our researchers, especially those that need to scale beyond our local systems.  The Service Providers (SPs) are independently funded projects or organizations that provide cyberinfrastructure (CI) services to the science and engineering community. In the US academic community, there is a rich diversity of SPs, spanning centers that are funded by NSF to operate large-scale resources for the national research community to universities that provide resources and services to their local researchers. OSU HPCC’s participation with XSEDE will give Oklahoma State University researchers increased access to XSEDE infrastructure, associated expertise and educational programs. Similarly, Oklahoma State University can provide the XSEDE community easy access to information about our resources as part of a national ecosystem to facilitate computational science.  This partnership helps bridge the gap between regional resources and helps formalize the connection between our local campus resources and XSEDE resources.  We believe that continuous building of larger communities of resources and facilitators helps to further research collaboration and technologies knowledge on a larger scale than single entities or localized partnerships can accomplish on their own.   https://www.xsede.org/web/sp-forum/spf-membership/-/wikid/LU1q/Public/Spf-members

NOVEMBER 4, 2014 HPCC in coordination with OSCER team from OU provided training to those needing PetaStore.

SEPTEMBER 15, 16 & 22, 2014 Presented Linux/Cowboy Supercomputer training for OSU HPCC users on the Stillwater Campus of OSU.

SEPTEMBER 4, 2014 - Brian Cougar, a graduate student at Oklahoma State University, receives the prestigious Champion Fellows designation from XSEDE to allow him collaboration with scientific teams in genetic research.  His work required the resources provided by OSU's supercomputer COWBOY to carry out his research. Read the whole story HERE.

For additional news and events go HERE.