Chem260 will be using the MGCF workstations for training this week in 175 Tan Hall.
1-4pm Wed 10/16, Fri 10/18: Most workstations will be in
use for this class. There may be a few machines free but the
class has priority.
This happens once a year and here it is! You can drop in to see if there are free seats but we recommend planning around these time slots. Kathy and Dave will be BUSY working with the class.
Please don't run big calculations on the workstations, especially this week. Email email@example.com for help migrating your calculations to run on the cluster. That is where most calculations should be run.
Please acknowledge NIH S10OD023532 in publications resulting from use of the MGCF and email us the reference.
The MGCF is a research resource in computational chemistry and scientific visualization for over 50 research groups in the College of Chemistry and the wider campus community. We provide high-performance computing resources for research and educational uses in chemistry and related disciplines. The facility was founded in 1990 with NIH funding and has since been supported through NIH, NSF and generous corporate sponsorship.
The MGCF is in 175 Tan Hall and is available to the College of Chemistry and campus community. We have 2 full-time scientists providing technical consulting on project feasibility, equipment and software use.
We have 12 workstations for interactive use (4K monitors, 24 core x 128GB, Nvidia GPU cards) and a computing cluster with 3 types of nodes (36 Main nodes with 64 core x 512GB, 30 Small nodes (called cubs) with 12 core x 48GB, and 1 GPU node with 6 x Nvidia Tesla cards). See details of individual programs on these web pages for recommended core and RAM settings.
Kavli ENSI: The MCGF provides computing resources for Kavli ENSI researchers. There are 2 dedicated Kavli ENSI workstations in 175 Tan Hall but Kavli ENSI researchers have full access to all MGCF resources as described on these pages.
Chevron Instructional Facility: Generously funded by Chevron and supporting undergraduate classes in the College of Chemistry, this is the south half of 175 Tan Hall. It is managed for the College of Chemistry by ETS. More information about access and hours is here.