Welcome to HPC and Research computing at the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at the University of Pennsylvania!
CETS provides a large diversity of service offerings under different circumstances. We attempt to simplify and standardize our offerings based on the most practical and efficient services and products available at any time, as long as they meet the needs of our researchers. In general, our HPC researchers’ problem domains fall into two technical areas: Massively Parallel (MP) or Embarrassingly Parallel (EP).
Our research groups utilize faculty-purchased, CETS-managed MP Clusters, EP Grids, or specialized compute resources. Scroll down to see our existing installations.
The former Liniac Project nee Eniac2K has been folded into CETS organizationally.
Usage Policies for these resources include, but are not limited to, those found at the University of Pennsylvania Acceptable Use of Electronic Resources Policy site. The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, and the faculty who own certain resources, may impose further restrictions or limitations on the acceptable use of some of these resources.