Building an HPC Watering Hole for Boulder Area Computational Science

Elizabeth R. Jessup, Henry M. Tufo, Matthew S. Woitaszek. Building an HPC Watering Hole for Boulder Area Computational Science. In ICCS 2005: Proceedings of the Workshop on High Performance Computing in Academia: Systems and Applications, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, May 2005.

Access to adequate computing resources is essential for any computational science initiative. Moreover, these resources can serve as a high-performance computing watering hole where ideas are exchanged, collaborations formed, and cycles drawn upon to support interaction. We describe our efforts to bolster computational science research and education in the Boulder area by providing a computational platform for the community. We provide an overview of the educational, research, and partnership activities that are supported by, or have resulted from, this effort.

@inproceedings{200505-iccs2005-wateringhole,
      Address = {Atlanta, Georgia, USA},
      Author = {Jessup, Elizabeth R. and Tufo, Henry M. and Woitaszek, Matthew S.},
      Booktitle = {ICCS 2005: Proceedings of the Workshop on High Performance Computing in Academia: Systems and Applications},
      Doi = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/11428848_12},
      Isbn = {3-540-26043-9},
      Month = {May},
      Pages = {91--98},
      Title = {Building an {HPC} Watering Hole for {B}oulder Area Computational Science},
      Year = {2005},}