The group maintains several local servers and access to supercomputers and quantum computers around the country. This page gives a summary of the computing resources we marshal for our work.
We work with CRNCH, the Center for Research into Novel Computing Hierarchies. CRNCH maintains the Rogues Gallery, a collection of (mostly) non-von Neumann systems. A full hardware list is held here. It includes Arm servers, FPGAs, RISC-V boards, the first RISC-V GPGPU (called Vortex), neuromorphic nodes, near-memory servers (like Pathfinder), and more.
We maintain allocations on Georgia Tech’s Phoenix, a Top500 supercomputer managed by PACE. Phoenix houses a variety of CPU and GPU nodes. You can see the available resources here, though they are not always up-to-date. In December 2023, Phoenix housed just over 1000 CPU nodes and 100 GPU nodes.
We maintain allocations on clusters and leadership class supercomputers around the country. This includes leadership-class DOE systems like
We use supercomputers at other university centers like