High Performance Computing and Applications


From sequencing genomes to discovering new drugs scientists are continuing their quest to gain deeper understandings of our physical world through high performance computing. Researchers in the High Performance Computing and Applications Lab (HPCAL) are investigating and developing the computational platforms and infrastructure that will enable scientists to continue deepening their exploration. Research within the HPCAL center on programming models for parallel computing, processing and visualization of large scientific and image data sets, virtualization techniques, and performance analysis of emerging heterogeneous parallel platforms. Research within this area is highly interdisciplinary with researchers and scientists from the physical sciences.

Graduate classes taught by the primary HPCAL faculty span High Performance Computing and Parallel Processing, Graphics and Image Processing. Undergraduate, Masters, and PhD students form the core of the IVCL in an interdisciplinary and team based environment.

We encourage you to explore the research and teaching components of our laboratory.

Primary Faculty

Research Projects and Laboratories