High Performance Computing for the West of Scotland

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The Battle of Bannockburn

"We intend to continue to use ARCHIE and would recommend its use to anyone" - Jared Benjamin, Glasgow School of Art

Hydroacoustic Modelling of Underwater Noise

Using CFD to model underwater noise radiated by ships in a realistic environment

Monte Carlo Modelling of Spacecraft Re-Entry

Monte Carlo Modelling of Spacecraft Re-Entry

Using the DSMC method for hypersonic flow in a rarefied gas

CFD Simulation of Surge Onset in Centrifugal Compressors

Investigating flows during surge phenomena in centrifugal compressors

Fibronectin Adsorption at Solid Surfaces

MD simulations of protein adsorption at mica, SiO2 and gold surfaces

Basic RGB

New twists in the diffraction of

Apr 20161
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The Battle of Bannockburn

May 20142
Pearce Kaczmarczyk1

Computational Solid Mechanics

Apr 20143

Hydroacoustic Modelling of Underwater Noise

Sep 20134
Monte Carlo Modelling of Spacecraft Re-Entry

Monte Carlo Modelling of Spacecraft Re-Entry

Jan 20135

CFD Simulation of Surge Onset

Sep 20136

Fibronectin Adsorption at Solid Surfaces

Sep 20137
 

ARCHIE-WeSt is a regional supercomputer centre at the University of Strathclyde 

dedicated to research excellence and wealth creation in the West of Scotland.

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Funded by EPSRC, we operate in partnership with the Universities of Glasgow, Glasgow Caledonian, West of Scotland and Stirling.

The centre was established in March 2012 by a £1.6M award from the EPSRC e-Infrastructure fund to establish a regional centre of excellence in High Performance Computing. The aim of the centre is to provide High Performance Computing capability for Academia, Industry and Enterprise in the West of Scotland.

Archie comprises almost 3500 cores for distributed parallel computing providing almost 38 Teraflops peak performance, eight 512GB RAM large memory nodes, 8 GPU servers, 2 visualisation servers and 150TB of high performance LUSTRE storage.

 

 
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