ITaP and Purdue Calumet partnership gives Calumet campus first large-scale supercomputer

January 24, 2011

At Purdue University Calumet, Chenn Qian Zhou's engineering students work on real-world problems from energy companies, the steel industry, refineries and vehicle parts manufacturers, among others, businesses in Indiana, nationally and internationally.

These days, they are working a lot faster when running, say, complex fluid dynamics simulations, thanks to a supercomputer ITaP decommissioned in 2008 to make room for the Steele supercomputing cluster on Purdue’s West Lafayette campus.

Originally posted: January 24, 2011