High Performance Computing
Center is home to a powerful custom build (Rutgers beowulf) parallel computer with over 7000 computer cores. It is structured into subgroups (or queues) of variable size and variable memory per core, adapted to various computing needs in the group. For example, quantum Monte Carlo jobs tends to use large number of cores with smaller amount of memory, while typical Density Functional Theory jobs require more tightly connected smaller number of cores with larger bandwidth and larger memory. This flexibility of computing and its large scope is possible because of local expertise of dedicated position, entrusted in managed for high performance computing at Rutgers.
Centralized University computing facilities can be found at https://oarc.rutgers.edu/.
manager of high performance computing
Office E256, Serin Physics Laboratory