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The Scalable Computing Laboratory (SCL) was created in 1989  
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The Scalable Computing Laboratory (SCL) was created in 1989  
as a joint effort of the  
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as a joint effort of the  
[http://www.energy.gov Department of Energy] through
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[http://www.energy.gov Department of Energy] through
[http://www.ameslab.gov Ames Laboratory]
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[http://www.ameslab.gov Ames Laboratory]
and [http://www.iastate.edu Iowa State University]
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and [http://www.iastate.edu Iowa State University]
through the Center for Physical and Computational Mathematics
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through the Center for Physical and Computational Mathematics
[http://www.iprt.iastate.edu/cpcm/ IPRT]
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[http://www.iprt.iastate.edu/cpcm/ IPRT]
  
The mission of the Scalable
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The mission of the Scalable
Computing Laboratory is to improve parallel computing through
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Computing Laboratory is to improve parallel computing through
clustering techniques for use in scientific and engineering
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clustering techniques for use in scientific and engineering
computation.
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computation.
We deliver supercomputing power at a fraction of the cost of
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We deliver supercomputing power at a fraction of the cost of
traditional supercomputers..
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traditional supercomputers..
  
[[Clusters]]
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[[Clusters]]<br/>
[[Projects]]
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[[Projects]]<br/>
 
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[http://www.scl.ameslab.gov/MacMolPlt MacMolPlt]<br/>
 
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[http://www.scl.ameslab.gov/posters Posters]<br/>
This site is under construction
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[http://www.scl.ameslab.gov/gamess Gamess]<br/>
 
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[https://webmail.scl.ameslab.gov Webmail]<br/>
[https://webmail.scl.ameslab.gov Webmail]
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Latest revision as of 13:15, 6 November 2012

The Scalable Computing Laboratory (SCL) was created in 1989 as a joint effort of the Department of Energy through Ames Laboratory and Iowa State University through the Center for Physical and Computational Mathematics IPRT

The mission of the Scalable Computing Laboratory is to improve parallel computing through clustering techniques for use in scientific and engineering computation. We deliver supercomputing power at a fraction of the cost of traditional supercomputers..

Clusters
Projects
MacMolPlt
Posters
Gamess
Webmail

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