Computer time allocation
Last updated July 26, 2017 by Andrew Brown
Under a collaborative proposal (HZAD) between the University of Strathclyde and Queen’s University (Dr Cathy Ramsbottom, Dr Connor Ballance) a bid for over 15,000 million CPU hrs has been granted under the EUROfusion program.
The grant will allow group members access to a Lenovo NeXtSscale supercomputer called ‘Marconi’ capable of 20 PFlop/s and also to emerging multi-core platforms such as Intel’s second generation Xeon-Phi processor (KNL) capable of up to 272 threads per core.
We are a Research Cluster of the School of Mathematics and Physics at Queen’s University Belfast in Northern Ireland. Our research interests are focused primarily on computational and theoretical physics.
The Old Physics Building,
CTAMOP is situated.