Advanced Computing (AC) is a university wide resource that provides academic and research communities comprehensive high performance computing resources ranging from hardware infrastructure to expertise in design and implementation of advanced computing solutions.
AC resources enable researchers to simulate real-world experiments with mathematical models of complex, naturally occurring phenomena within the virtual laboratory of computer memory. CCS supercomputers are used for a wide range of computationally intensive tasks tackling interdisciplinary fields of study, such as:
- Quantum Mechanics
- Weather Forecasting and Climate Research
- Oil and Gas Exploration
- Molecular Modeling
- Chemical Compounds
- Bioinformatics, and
- Physical Simulations (such as: simulations of the creation of the universe, airplane and spacecraft aerodynamics, the detonation of nuclear weapons, and nuclear fusion).
Access offers an allocation of CPU hours and temporary disk space. CCS accounts are available to individuals affiliated with the University of Miami. To use the supercomputers, complete a CCS New Account Request form.
Advanced Computing Team