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High performance computing is the practice of aggregating computing power to deliver much higher performance than one could get out of a typical desktop computer or work station. At Clark, this power is often used to solve significant problems in sciences, geography, economics, or business, although this service is open to all members of the Clark community.

Clark University’s High Performance Computing Cluster (HPC) is made up of 16 individual nodes running Centos 7 that take and process jobs submitted from the master node using the Qsub and SLURM job schedulers. In keeping with Clark’s tradition of hands on research and learning, the cluster is available for use by graduate, undergraduate, and faculty in service of research and academic projects.

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