Frank H. Dotterweich College of Engineering

High Performance Computing Center

About the TAMUK CoE High Performance Computing Center

The High Performance Computing Center provides computing resources to graduate students and faculty who have research and teaching applications requiring more computing power than is available from a typical desktop workstation or laptop computer.  The High Performance Computing Laboratory may also provide resources to undergraduate students working on senior projects, honors projects, or independent study projects under the supervision of a faculty member.  At this time, the Center does not provide programming, consulting, statistical, or similar services.  Typically, this type of work is done by research assistants, scientists and similar personnel.

The HPCC Systems Administrator is:
Dr. Robert Diersing
Professor Emeritus of Computer Science