The Holland Computing Center (HCC) boasts the fastest resources in the state of Nebraska at two locations: the Peter Kiewit Institute (PKI) at Omaha and the Schorr Center at UNL. Personnel based in each location assist users, engage students and researchers, and maintain systems. Crane checks in at 121 TeraFLOPS and is a Top500 Supercomputer. Red, serving the CMS project, stores over 4 petabytes of data. Tusker provides 256 GB of RAM per node for shared memory computing.
HCC provides such services to researchers associated with any campus of the University of Nebraska system. Many are available in a shared manner for free, but dedicated (reserved) arrangements are also available for a modest price.
If you would like more information about the Holland Computing Center or you would like to request a tour of the facility, feel free to contact us.
- Avi Knecht
- Steve Kolbe
- Natasha Pavlovikj
- Berthe Choueiry
- Diego Jarquin
- Matthew Jockers
- Rob Stein
- Runhua Lei
Avi Knecht| Undergraduate
Steve Kolbe | Faculty
Natasha Pavlovikj | Grad
Berthe Choueiry | Faculty
Diego Jarquin | Post-Doc
Matthew Jockers | Faculty
Rob Stein | Faculty
Runhua Lei | Research Associate
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