Nonlinear Schrödinger equation (NSE) turbulence with defocusing nonlinearity

Nonlinear Schrödinger equation (NSE) turbulence with defocusing nonlinearity

The study of NSE with defocusing nonlinearity has important application to Bose-Einstein condensates. The images show four spectral and spatial distributions of wave power at different levels of condensate. Credit: Prof. Natalia Vladimirova (Dept. of Mathematics & Statistics)

Research Storage Consortium

Research Storage Consortium

RSC' is an expansion of the UNM Research Storage Consortium (RSC) HP x9000/7400 enterprise storage system, providing a total of ~1pb of usable research storage for UNM faculty, students, and research collaborators. The RSC is a consortium of five campus research organizations: CARC, DataONE, Earth Data Analysis Center, University Libraries, and Long-Term Ecological Research. RSC' also implements CARC's new large-capacity tape backup system.

Upcoming Workshop: Intro to Computing at CARC

Upcoming Workshop: Intro to Computing at CARC

Hands-on instruction by Dr. Ryan Johnson (CARC); Jim Prewett (CARC); and Dr. Steve Koch (University Libraries), July 16th, 2015. For more information or to register for a workshop, please visit the Education and Outreach page.

BD2K

BD2K

CARC premiered its "Big Data to Knowledge" (BD2K) video at the international Supercomputing Conference (SC13) Technical Exhibition in Denver, Colorado. The video highlights nine UNM researchers as they discuss the complexities and challenges involved in the process of translating very large datasets into new discoveries and understanding. The video is available on Youtube under the tag W1GTGGQP0PQ.

Welcome to the University of New Mexico Center for Advanced Research Computing

The Center for Advanced Research Computing (CARC) is the UNM campus supercomputing Center and the largest academic computing center in the State of New Mexico, with over 3000 cores, 15 TFlops aggregate compute power, and ~1 PB of RAID5/RAID6 enterprise storage.  CARC's resources are available without charge to all faculty, student, and staff researchers at the University, through support from the UNM Office of the Vice President for Research.

Located in the historic Galles Building, the Center has 2700 square feet of machine room space, and supports advanced hardware and software for a diverse community of researchers at the University, spanning five Colleges and more than twenty departments.  Systems include dedicated machines, such as the Bethe Xeon Phi/NVIDIA GTX Titan platform for experimental code development in astrophysics and nanoscience, as well as an array of "community" clusters and parallel machines.  These include the poblano 256 GB, 64-core SMP system, a shared-memory server for memory-intensive bioinformatics, computational biology, and multiphysics applications; the 200-node Galles 'green' Hadoop/high-throughput Beowulf cluster for bioinformatics and "big data" applications; and five production parallel machines: nano, Gibbs, pequena, Metropolis, and Ulam.  The Center's newest supercomputer, Xena, designed for high-throughput, memory-intensive MATLAB and hybrid parallel applications, and suppored by an NSF MRI award, will come online this summer.

CARC’s mission is to enable excellence in research and scholarship in science, engineering, biomedicine, humanities and the arts, through support for parallel supercomputing, advanced visualization, research data storage and analysis, novel architectures, and by providing leadership to enhance interdisciplinary computing-based research and education at the University.

In addition to its computational resources, CARC hosts eight research groups, a techology/art gallery, a seminar space, a workshop room for computational classes and outreach, and a visualization lab. CARC also serves as the academic unit administering the Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) Certificate Program, a graduate degree certificate.  

Recent News

Bosque School Computing Workshop at CARC
June 6, 2015
Today a group of 8th grade students and their parents from Bosque School attended a workshop at the Center for Advanced Research Computing (CARC) ...

Gabriel P. López Named New Vice President for Research at UNM
May 29, 2015
Following a national search, UNM has chosen Dr. Gabriel P. López, a veteran UNM professor and founding director of the UNM Center for Biomedical Engineering, as its new Vice President for Research ...

AmeriCorps VISTA at the Center for Advanced Research Computing
May 26, 2015
This year several AmeriCorps volunteers have joined CARC staff to work on specific projects that will continue to build capacity for STEAM [Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math] in New Mexico ...

Research Data Services Hosts Viewing of ICSU Webinar on HPC and Big Data, April 22, 2015
April 13, 2015
On Wednesday April 22nd at 7:00am, Research Data Services in the University Libraries will be hosting a University of New Mexico (UNM) viewing of the International Council for Science (ICSU) World Data System Webinar "Combining High Performance Computing with High Performance Data to Enable Data Intensive Science." This event will take place in the Centennial Science and Engineering Library, which will open early and host breakfast for attendees ...

Jackson Middle School Students Tour CARC
March 23, 2015
A group of twenty students from Jackson Middle School visited the Center for Advanced Research Computing (CARC), as part of a day-long tour of UNM which also included visits to the Computer Science Department, the ARTS Lab, and IFDM ...

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