SuperComputing Resources on the Internet

General Information

Jonathan Hardwick (jch@cs.cmu.edu), maintains a list of Supercomputer conference and journal calls for papers and programs with multiple indices is available from Carnegie Mellon University. In addiiton, he also has a collection of supercomputer gifs.along with a list of supercomputing research groups.

Computation Science highlights, via NSF Supercomputer Centers

Vendor Information and User Groups

  • Convex Computer Corporation
  • Cray Computer Computer
  • Cray Research
  • EUROPA - A European working group defining an international standard for parallel C++
  • IBM Corporation
  • Intel Supercomputers
  • Intel Supercomputer Users Group
  • Silicon Graphics Corporation
  • Thinking Machines Corporation
  • Jonathon Hardwick maintaints a more complete list of SuperComputer Vendors.

    High Performance Computing Centers on the WWW

    Below is a list of High Performance Computing Centers and their associated WWW information. If you have additions please send them to www@umbc.edu. Much of the list has come from other lists, I want to credit Roy Williams of Cal Tech and Jonathon Hardwick of CMU
  • Army HPC Research Center (AHPCRC)
  • Argonne National Laboratory
  • Alabama Supercomputer Network
  • Athens, National Technical University of Athens Greece High Performance Computing Center.
  • Australian National University Supercomputer Facility
  • Caltech Supercomputing Facilities
  • CERN, Center for Particle Physics, Geneva Switzerland
  • Center for Applied Parallel Processing, University of Colorado
  • Center for Scientific Computing, Finland
  • The Center For Research on Parallel Computation (CRPC) at Rice University
  • Center for Computing Sciences (formerly) Super Computer Research Center (SRC)
  • Coalition of Academic SupercomputingCenters (CASC)
  • Center for Research in Parallel Computation, Rice University
  • Cornell Theory Center
  • CSC Supercomputing
  • Ctr Euro pour le Rechhrche Nucliaire
  • Dept of Energy Labs and Programs
  • Ege University Computer Center
  • EPFL (Icole Polytechnique Fidirale de Lausanne, Switzerland)
  • German National Research Center for Computer Science
  • Lawrence Livermore Nat'l Lab
  • LINDA Research Group, Yale University
  • Los Alamos Nat'l Lab
  • Los Alamos Advanced Computing Lab
  • Maui High Performance Computing Center
  • Nat'l Aeronautics and Space Admin
  • NASA Numerical Aerodynamic Simulation
  • NASA - NAS Parallel Benchmarks
  • Nat'l Ctr for Atmospheric Res(NCAR)
  • NCSA, National Center for Supercomputing Applications
  • Nat'l Ctr for Supercomputer Appl (NCSA)
  • National MetaCenter for Computational Science and Engineering, NCSA
  • National Science Foundation Supercomputer MetaCenter (Cornell)
  • Nat'l Oceanic and Atmospheric Admin
  • NOAA HPCC Program North Carolina Supercomputing Center
  • Northeast Parallel Architectures Center at Syracuse University
  • Nat'l Supercomputing Ctr, Slovenia
  • Naval Research Laboratory
  • Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Ohio SuperComputer Center Local Area Multicomputer (LAM)
  • Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC)
  • Open Software Foundation Research Institute om distributed and scalable systems.
  • Parallel Computing Unit, Griffith Univ., Queensland, Australia
  • Pittsburgh Supercomputing Ctr. (PSC)
  • Sandia MPP Research Lab
  • NII Testbed at Sandia Labs
  • San Diego Supercomputer Ctr
  • Supercomputer Computations Res Inst (SCRI) (Florida State Univ)
  • Southampton Univ. HPC Centre
  • Center for Computing Sciences (formerly) Super Computer Research Center (SRC)
  • Swiss Scientific Computing Center (Manno, Switzerland)
  • Transputer, Occam and Parallel Computing Archive at HENSA University
  • UMIACS University of Maryland Institute for Advanced Computer Studies
  • U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Energy Research
  • Yale Center for Parallel Supercomputing
  • Software Tools and Resources for ftp

  • APR's FORGE Family of Fortran Parallelization/Analysis Tools
  • PARASOFT, compilers and software technology.
  • The Portland Group, Supercompilers and Advanced Development Tools for the HPC Community.
  • PVM allows you to program a heterogeneous network of machines as a single distributed memory parallel machine
  • Pacific-Sierra Research, VAST family of Compilers
  • STANFORD SUIF Compiler Group
  • BBN's Web Page describing their parallel software tools