Marquette has received a $681,425 grant from the National Science Foundation to help acquire a supercomputing cluster that is many times more powerful than the university’s current system.
With installation expected to begin in early 2019, the system will aid researchers across the university. The current system, installed in the late 2000s, contributed to approximately 200 research papers published by Marquette researchers.
Marquette President Michael R. Lovell has set a goal for the university to double its research from 2015 to 2020.
“This new cluster is a major investment in research infrastructure, and will have a profound impact on research at Marquette,” said Dr. Qadir Timerghazin, associate professor of chemistry who is the PI on the grant. “Computational methods are becoming more and more important, and this cluster will be used by researchers throughout campus.” Read the full story here.