The PRACE CodeVault is an open repository containing various high performance computing code samples for the HPC community. The CodeVault is an open platform that supports self-education of learning HPC programming skills where HPC users can share example code snippets, proof-of-concept codes and more.
Job scheduling on our HPC system is done using Slurm. Slurm (Simple Linux Utility for Resource Management) is a free and open-source job scheduler used by many of the world’s supercomputers and computer clusters.
The queue system is configured with three distinct partitions, corresponding to the three different types of nodes available:
The ABACUS 2.0 supercomputer is ideal for those companies that do not want to wait or have the budget to procure their own hardware. A solution at your finger tip.
ABACUS 2.0 is remotely accessed through a secure SSH connection from anywhere in the world. With our job queue system, you can prepare and run jobs from your workstation, but with the added security and low-latency interconnections of a single location cluster.
With ABACUS 2.0 all clients receive
Our Account Request Form.
Who is entitled to an HPC account?
The HPC centre is open to all researchers in Denmark, and all academic users can benefit from the available resources under the same conditions.
Proposers for any kind of allocation schemes must hold at least the position of postdoc within their institution. PhD students request access in consultation with, and under the auspices of, their supervisor.
This page details the policies that govern the use of DeiC National HPC Centre, SDU resources.
The new Danish Roadmap for Research Infrastructures 2015 was published on December 18, 2015.
The Roadmap serves at a catalogue of research infrastructure proposals of national interest from which projects are being funded every year from the government’s annual budget.
Two projects involve the HPC centre at SDU:
For inspiration, have a look at the current TOP 500 list with the 500 fastest HPC installations in the world: top500.org. But the name for our HPC supercomputer obviously has to be new and unique.
The competition is not over and the winning proposal will be announced at our Opening Reception March 24.