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Hello and welcome! Here at the Center for Advanced Computing and Data Systems (CACDS) we are striving to enhance the High Performance Computing (HPC) expertise and resources available to the University of Houston community. Our expert and friendly staff help UH researchers by offering free consultation and training. Graduate students are especially welcome. Throughout each semester, staff members teach classes at various levels on many different aspects of HPC - all free to UH faculty, staff and students. They meet one-on-one with anyone interested in improving the performance of their codes, looking for new algorithms or seeking help to implement them. CACDS also hosts events, seminars, and workshops related to HPC topics. Contact us and let us help you enhance the performance of your codes.

Supercomputing 2016

CACDS will be present at SC16, showcasing breakthrough research and expert computing knowledge

HPC Training Courses Now Online

You can now view CACDS' HPC training classes online and learn about Linux, Cluster Computing, and more!

Artec 3-D Scanners

CACDS is using Artec's 3-D scanners to aid in research for both the University of Houston and the Houston community

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With our newest supercomputer, Opuntia, CACDS is bringing even more computing power to UH


Check out our new publications page to see the groundbreaking research that CACDS is helping to make happen

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If you are experiencing issues with your cluster account, or would like assistance in using HPC resources at UH, please visit CACDS Support


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ByAndrew Knotts Oct 31, 2016

NSCI Seminar: Extreme-Scale Bayesian Inverse Problems, With Application to Flow of the Antarctic Ice Sheet

This seminar will be broadcast on November 2 at Noon in PGH 216 Extreme-Scale Bayesian Inverse Problems, With Application to Flow of the Anta

ByAndrew Knotts Sep 22, 2016

FREE Globus 101 Webinar!

This FREE webinar will be broadcast on October 6 at 1:00pm in PGH room 200. This FREE webinar will introduce people to how to use Globus for f

ByAndrew Knotts Sep 22, 2016

NSCI Seminar: An Overview of High Performance Computing and Benchmark Changes for the Future

The seminar will be broadcast on December 6 in PGH room 216 at 12:00pm Presenter: Jack Dongarra, University of Tennessee and Oak Ridge Nati

ByAndrew Knotts Sep 22, 2016

NSCI Seminar: Leading-Edge Computers and the Extraordinary Research They Enable

The seminar will be presented on October 4 in PGH room 216 at 12:00pm   Presenter: Thomas H. Dunning Jr., Pacific Northwest National