Emory, Georgia Tech Team up for New High Performance Computing Cluster

Emory University, together with the Partnership for an Advanced Computing Environment (PACE) at the Georgia Institute of Technology, is launching a new high performance computing cluster for use by Emory researchers.

With more memory and flexibility and full back up, the computer cluster is designed to meet Emory researchers' demands while consuming less power. The new cluster, named TARDIS, will replace the Ellipse cluster built in 2007. Ellipse will be phased out by May 2014 as work gradually moves to TARDIS.

Neuroscience faculty member, Dr. Dieter Jaeger, and GMB & PBEE faculty member, Dr. Michael Zwick, are featured in the full story in the Emory News Center.