UTIAS CFD and Propulsion Group

High Performance Computing Facilities

University of Toronto SciNet High Performance Computing Consortium

scinet-gpc scinet-tcs

The computational resources for carrying out the research activity of the CFD and Propulsion group is provided by Compute Canada, the University of Toronto SciNet High Performance Computing Consortium, and the Southern Ontario Smart Computing Innovation Platform (SOSCIP) Consortium. In particular, the world-class HPC resources available at SciNet include two large parallel clusters: (i) a general purpose Intel cluster with 30,240 cores and a BlueGene/Q Cluster with 32,768 cores. Prof. Groth is a member of the SciNet Technical Advisory Committee (STAC), as well as the Compute Canada Resource Allocation and Research Advisory Committees.