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In addition to Magus, SNU's 64-node (1008 cores) IBM HPC cluster, computational facilities at the Informatics Center include several stand-alone Linux computers that are used for teaching and research purposes, and as license servers.

Computational facilities at SNS include a high performance IBM cluster (“Magus”) consisting of 63 compute nodes (1008 cores) compute nodes with a total capacity of 30 TF of Theoretical Peak Performance, plus 8 nodes with high-end CPUs. Additionally, several Linux workstations are used for teaching as well as research purposes. Software for bioinformatics and cheminformatics, molecular modeling, molecular dynamics, quantum chemistry, data analysis and statistical learning are also available.

  • Informatics

    In addition to Magus, SNU's 64-node (1008 cores) IBM HPC cluster, computational facilities at the Informatics Center include several stand-alone Linux computers that are used for teaching and... read more