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Annual Reports

Simulating Extreme Spacetimes

2023 Annual Report

RCAC-using faculty partners received 60% of Purdue's new research awards in FY23, for a total of $395M.
 

Simulating Extreme Spacetimes

2022 Annual Report

Anvil ranked 143rd on list of world’s most powerful supercomputers.
 

Simulating Extreme Spacetimes

2021 Annual Report

Anvil: Forging the Future of Computing.
 

Simulating Extreme Spacetimes

2019 Annual Report

The community cluster program has delivered high-performance computing at the highest proven value to campus.
 

Community Cluster Town Halls

Simulating Extreme Spacetimes

Community Cluster Program Town Hall Slides - 2014

Purdue University ranks Number 1 and Number 7 in the Top 10 SuperComputers among Universities in the Nation.
 

Simulating Extreme Spacetimes

Community Cluster Program Town Hall Slides - 2015

Since a fall go-live of the new scratch filesystem, over 105 research groups are participating. A research group purchasing space has purchased, on average, 8.6TB.
 

Simulating Extreme Spacetimes

Community Cluster Program Town Hall Slides - 2016

238M Hours were Delivered in 2015 with 185 Investors Coming from 36 Departments.
 

Simulating Extreme Spacetimes

Community Cluster Program Town Hall Slides - 2017

287M Hours were Delivered in 2016 with 200 Investors Coming from 36 Departments, from Every College, and 3 Purdue Campuses.
 

Simulating Extreme Spacetimes

Community Cluster Program Town Hall Slides - 2018

302M Hours were Delivered in 2016 with Over 200 Investors Coming from 50 Departments, from Every College, and 3 Purdue Campuses.
 

Simulating Extreme Spacetimes

Community Cluster Program Town Hall Slides - 2020

Since 2018, $1.1M of cluster sales came from startup accounts.