The High-Performance Computing Board (HPCB) is an advisory board of the Dean of the Faculty of Science. The main mission of the HPCB is facilitating operation and development of facultyʼs computational infrastructure for high-performance computing (HPC), in compliance with the educational and R&D strategies of the faculty. Our continuously growing HPC infrastructure comprises modern and powerful computer clusters with hundreds of processor cores and tens of performance graphic cards.
- We approve requests concerning the use of facultyʼs HPC resources. That includes, in particular, the applications of the academic staff for user access to computer clusters and for the installation of software.
- We monitor and continuously evaluate the usage of facultyʼs HPC infrastructure.
- We pursue a state-of-the-art development of the infrastructure in accord with the needs of the user community.
- In technical matters we closely collaborate with the Center of Infrastructure Technologies (CIT), which administers the involved computer resources.
Any requests or questions regarding the above-mentioned areas should be directed to HPCB members via their email addresses listed above.