UCCS secures NSF grant for high-performance computer cluster for southern Colorado

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A five-person UCCS research team led by Brandon Runnels, assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, will address the regional needs for high-performance computing power through a National Science Foundation Major Research Instrumentation grant. The High-Performance Computing Cluster for Computational Science in Southern Colorado with acquire, deploy and maintain INCLINE, to provide much-needed computational resources to the UCCS campus and the southern Colorado scientific and academic communities.

Runnels will be joined by Qing Yi, associate professor of computer science; Byeong Lee, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering; Amanda Morgenstern, assistant professor of chemistry; and Matt Quinlan, assistant professor of mechanical engineering.

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