High Performance Computing Laboratory

The High Performance Computing Lab provides a parallel computing environment for wind energy research and education.  It houses blade servers in two Linux clusters interconnected on a 10GbE   and a total of 576 cores:

- A frontend server  also acts as a file server with 32Tb storage capacity and houses a  Nvidia Tesla M2090 GPU with 512 cores.

 - Poyraz cluster has 8 blade nodes. Each blade node is equiped with  4 AMD Opteron 6276 2.3 GHz CPUs with 16 cores and a 256Gb of shared memory.

- Atmaca cluster also has 8 blades with 2 Intel Xeon 1.6 GHz CPUs with 4 cores and a 32Gb of shared memory.

All compute nodes are managed by a Torque/PBS queueing system  installed on the frontend where all user jobs are submitted to the queue. The HPC system has various development tools in addition to the open source and commercial  engineering software. 

You can find here  the HPC lab's terms of use.

                                                                     

                           

Prof. Dr. İsmail Hakkı Tuncer

Lab Coordinator

ismail.h.tuncer @ae.me tu.edu.tr