COMPASS – a new High-Performance Computer

  • November 29, 2022
  • Brief

    The Coastal Observations, Mechanisms, and Predictions Across Systems and Scales (COMPASS) project, aiming to dramatically enhance predictive understanding of coastal systems, has recently acquired a new computer also called COMPASS.

    COMPASS, the new computational resource is available to both COMPASS project participants and to other researchers working on coastal and terrestrial-aquatic systems who are funded by the Earth and Environmental System Science Division of DOE’s Office of Science, Biological and Environmental Research Program. It features 92 compute nodes, each containing two Intel 6240R 24-core processors running at 2.4 GHz.

    If you are working on ESMD-funded coastal projects, you should have received an email from COMPASS team regarding this. If you haven’t, please contact Xujing Davis.

    To learn more or request access, go to COMPASS High-Performance Computer.

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