• Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center
    Booth R0301
    Kenneth G. Hackworth, hackworth@psc.edu

      The Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC) is an NSF national terascale supercomputing center. It also receives funding from the Department of Energy, the National Institutes of Health, and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. PSC provides government, academic, and industrial users with access to state-of-the-art high-performance computing and communication resources. The center's educational mission, through an internship program, provides participants with real experience in a high-technology environment. Above all, PSC strives to provide a flexible environment conducive to solving today's largest and most challenging computational science problems. This year's research exhibit will demonstrate the capabilities of our resources, which include the Terascale Computing System, a Cray T3E/LC512 and other HPC platforms. PSC will feature a variety of demonstrations designed to showcase research done at the center. Particular areas of focus include computational biomedical research such as bioinformatics, high energy physics, weather modeling, computational pathology, and materials science.