High Performance Computing Advisory Group
The High Performance Computing Advisory Group, established in November of 2015, is focused on providing user-centric advice on high performance computing and related cyberinfrastructure services. The group provides technical guidance and advice on the configuration and operation of Montana State’s High Performance Computing ecosystem and assists with needs assessment and development of long-term strategy. The HPCAG group is advisory to the Chief Information Officer.
|Mark Owkes||Mark Young|
|Erick Johnson||Martin Lawrence|
|John Sheppard||Mensur Dlakic|
|Nicolas Yunes||Michael Wright|
|Jerry Sheehan||Josh Turner|
The HYALITE Research Computing Cluster was installed in December, 2014. It is a small cluster of 65 (XEON) nodes for 2120 HT cores and has 620 TB of Lustre storage. HYALITE is able to churn out about 18 tera-flops of raw computing power.