In recognition of the increasing importance of research computing across many disciplines, School of Atmospheric Physics (AP), NUIST has made a significant investment in developing the High Performance Computing service, as a way to grow and sustain high performance computing.
This service is intended to provide AP’s campus researchers with state-of-the-art, professionally-administered computing systems and ancillary infrastructure.
Our mission is to deliver reliable, sustainable computing resources and services to meet the computational research demands of the AP community: address fundamental problems in research and engineering that require computation. Examples of these problems include global climate modeling, cloud modeling, weather forecast, air quality forecast, and many more.
This service is supported by a collaboration with the teachers at AP.
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