High Performance Computing Cluster

What is High Performance Computing Cluster

A high performance computing cluster(HPCC) is a collection of servers networked together in order to process data and complex calculations at high speeds. Each server is known as a node 


High Performance Computing Cluster at WT

The I.T. department has worked closely with the department of Computer Science and Engineering to deploy a High Performance Computing Cluster on campus. The cluster was set up on campus in 2020 and is available for research to all students and faculty members.

How to get Access

The High Performance Computing Cluster is available to students and faculty who require high performance computing for research and learning purposes. Users can get access to the cluster by submitting an access request via email to

Point of Contact

For any questions you can contact the department of Information Technology, College of engineering or Dr. Anirban Pal.

  • Information Technology 

         806-651-4357 or

  • Engineering Department

         Dr. Anibar Pal - 806-651-5254 or  Dr. Pal's Email

Connection to the Open Science Grid

The OSG provides common service and support for resource providers and scientific institutions using a distributed fabric of high throughput computational services. The OSG does not own resources but provides software and services to users and resource providers alike to enable the opportunistic usage and sharing of resources.