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The Chemical Physics Theory Group, known as CPTG, maintains a high performance computing environment and supports staff with expertise in  scientific computing, parallel computing, software engineering and  networking, to carry out world class computational research projects.


Supercomputers and clusters:

  • artemis (S.Fraser)
    Compute server, 2x Intel Xeon X5650  @ 2.67GHz, 12 compute cores total, 24GB memory

  • taurasi (J.Valleau)
    Compute server, 2x Intel Xeon X5650  @ 2.67GHz, 12 compute cores total, 24GB memory

  • zugspitze (R.Kapral)
    GPU workstation, 2x Intel Xeon E5640 cpus, 8 compute cores, 24GB memory, 2x NVidia Tesla Fermi GPU Cards

  • shapash (D.Segal)
    Computational cluster with 42 dual Quad-Core 2.2 GHz AMD Opteron CPUs, each with 16 GB of memory.

  • grappa (CPTG)
    SGI Origin 3900, with a total of 64 processors, and 24 GB of memory. The current CPUs are 600 MHz MIPS R14000, with 8 MB of cache.

  • sonoma (P.Brumer)
    Computational cluster with 120 AMD Opteron CPUs @ 1.8 GHz in 60 dual-CPU machines, each with 2 GB of memory. Gigabit ethernet interconnect.

All supercomputers and clusters are connected to shared 30TB disk storage located on two file servers.