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Directors:
Randolph E. Bank
Philip E. Gill
Michael Holst

Administrative Contact:
Terry Le

Office: AP&M 7431
Phone: (858)534-9813
Fax: (858)534-5273
E-mail: tele@ucsd.edu
Computing Resources

CCoM and CSME Computer Access

If you are a CCoM and/or CSME affiliated faculty member, research scientist, postdoc, graduate or undergraduate student, and would like to obtain login credentials for using the CCoM computing resources described below, please direct your web browser to the CCoM Internal Website.

NOTE: The CCoM Internal Website is only viewable using ssl-enabled web-browsers running on computers with UCSD campus IP numbers (you can be located off-campus, but in that case you must use VPN to get a UCSD campus IP number).

CCoM Computing Resources
big bang

  • BANG: A ROCKS-based 296-core/592-GB (37 dual-cpu/quad-core/16GB nodes) 64-bit Xeon Cluster (from Dell) located in the CCoM/Math Server Room, with InfiniBand network fabric, funded by NSF SCREMS 0619173.

  • BOOM: A ROCKS-based 720-core/1440-GB (60 dual-cpu/six-core/24GB nodes) 64-bit Xeon Cluster (from Dell) located in the CCoM/Math Server Room, with InfiniBand network fabric, funded by NSF MRI 0821816.

  • Old BANG: A ROCKS-based 20 dual-cpu/single-core/2GB nodes (40-core/40GB) 32-bit Athlon Cluster funded by NSF SCREMS 0112413 (This cluster has now been decommissioned).

  • GPU: ROCKS-based 4-node/20-Fermi Card 64-bit Xeon GPU Cluster (from Colfax International) located in the CCoM/Math Server Room, with InfiniBand network fabric, funded by NSF MRI 0821816.

  • VIZ Wall: 4x3-panel (8x4 feet) LCD display wall located in the CCoM Conference Room, driven by the ROCKS+Viz cluster using two dual-DVI PNY Quadro FX 2000 nVidia PCI Express cards per node.

  • CCoM BANG Cluster status.

  • CCoM BOOM Cluster status.

CSME Computing Resources

  • Shared use of CCoM's 296-core/592-GB 64-bit Xeon BANG Cluster (described above).
  • Apple iMac Workstations in CSME Math Graduate Student and Postdoc Offices.
  • 28 Apple Mac Mini (NVIDIA-based) Workstations to be located in the CSME Multimedia Room in APM (funded by NSF MRI 0821816).

Other UCSD-Based Computing Resources meshes


A Glance at the new CCoM Viz Wall

VizWall