Sciama High Performance Compute Cluster
Sciama is a High Performance Compute Cluster (HPCC) which is supported by the Institute of Cosmology and Gravitation (ICG), SEPNet and the University of Portsmouth, UK. It was built in 2011 and is currently in its fourth iteration. The cluster was named after Dennis Sciama, a leading figure in the development of astrophysics and cosmology, but it is also an acronym that stands for SEPnet Computing Infrastructure for Astrophysical Modelling and Analysis. It comprises:
- 4672 cores
- 1.8PB Lustre storage
- 8 login nodes
- 182 compute nodes
- 8 A100 GPUs
- 1 application (JupyterHub) node.
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