Statement of Purpose
The OU Supercomputing Center for Education and Research (OSCER) will provide the University of Oklahoma (OU) community with High Performance Computing (HPC) infrastructure in education and research facilitation, and where possible will furnish hardware and software resources, technology transfer support, and outreach support. OSCER's primary focus will be on education and research, with all other activities directed toward supporting these goals; specifically, OSCER will not be a "cycle farm." The services that OSCER will provide will address the needs of researchers in several OU Colleges, including but not limited to Arts & Sciences, Engineering, Geosciences and Medicine.
JUNE 1, 2018 - JUNE 30, 2018:
Active Users: 158
Total Jobs Run: 897,895
Total CPU Time: 5,649,688 hours
Average CPU Time per Job: 6.02 hours
YEAR TO DATE (JANUARY 1, 2018 - JUNE 30, 2018):
Active Unique Users: 346
Total Jobs Run: 4,834,328
Total CPU Time: 33,751,404.7 hours
Average CPU Time per Job: 6.71 hours
May 4, 2018:
Read about how an OU Astrophysics team used Schooner to explain why the growth of Mars was stunted: http://www.ou.edu/publicaffairs/archives/2018/may/OUStudyExplainsWhyMarsGrowthStunted.
February 2, 2018:
Read about how Schooner was used to discover extragalactic planets for the first time: https://www.ou.edu/web/news_events/articles/news_2018/ou-discover-planets.