Welcome to the AU HPC Community.
The focus of this content is to share knowledge and build community among Auburn University researchers in regard to high performance and parallel computing.
High performance and parallel computer systems provide Auburn University’s Research Community with powerful, progressive tools with which to perform intense computational science. Given the broad and dynamic nature of parallel computing, these resources are made even more effective through collaboration of Auburn faculty, staff and students as new software and methods are discovered.
All current HPC Users can contribute to content on this site by logging in with AU credentials. Additionally, we encourage anyone interested in research computing to participate. This is best done through requesting an account on Auburn’s current community cluster, CASIC HPC.
High Performance Compute Clusters provide a high level of computer processing capacity through the aggregation of powerful hardware resources, supporting research that deals with large datasets and complex computations.