Riga Technical University HPC Center


Contact: Lauris Cikovskis (hpc@rtu.lv)

Phone: +371 67089453

Riga Technical University HPC Center is an initiative under supervision of the Office of Vice-Rector for Research, which aims at providing support to application of e-science technologies in research. The HPC Center was established in June 2012 as a follow up to computing activities initiated by FP6 and FP7 projects BalticGrid I & II. 

Service Portfolio

  • Compute time in HPC cluster
  • User support (adapt computing tasks for HPC, software installation)
  • Software development and code optimization
  • Training (CUDA, scientific software e.g. MATLAB courses)
  • HPC system installation/administration
  • Consultancy

HPC Resources available

No. of systems:

1

Architecture(s):

x86, GPU, infiniband interconnection

Performance:

35 TFLOPS

Storage:

238 TB parallel storage

HPC applications and software available:

Development Tools:

GNU compilers, Intel Parallel Studio (Intel C/C++, Fortran, MPI compilers), Python, Perl, OpenMPI, CUDA

ISV-codes:

MATLAB Distributed computing server with third-party license for academia, Agisoft PhotoScan (commercial license available), COMSOL Multiphysics (license should be provided by user)

Opensource:

OpenFoam, Scilab, GROMACS, Peridigm, Blender

Comment:

Other software packages can be installed on request.

Access SSH to login node.
Graphical interface with x11 forwarding.

Other resources available

Cloud Resources

KVM infrastructure for high performance virtual machines

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