High Performance Computing
Our goal is to provide the University with the best possible High-Performance Computing service. To accomplish this goal, we have brought the University’s High-Performance Computing (HPC) resources together into one unified department, capable of serving the University’s research staff and faculty.
The WVU HPC Group is a community-led, peer-driven effort to ensure West Virginia University maintains a lead in the many fields of research that require HPC resources.
These fields include:
- Molecular Physics
- Computational Neuroscience
- Advanced Materials Research
- any field that requires powerful, low-latency computing
The High Performance Computing facilities are funded by the National Science Foundation EPSCoR Research Infrastructure Improvement Cooperative Agreement #1003907, the state of West Virginia (WVEPSCoR via the Higher Education Policy Commission), the WVU Research Corporation and faculty investments.
All request for user accounts are handled through the Research Computing Help Desk. To request access, please open a ticket and select the "New User Account Request" Help Topic.
New to the HPC systems? Check out the wiki portal, which contains information about connecting to the clusters, file transfers, running jobs as well as other useful information for users.
If you are interested in contributing to the WVU Research Computing Group’s efforts, or you just want to know more about us, please contact us.