FIS - Faculty of Information studies

Computing infrastructure

Computing infrastructure

Our main computing infrastructure is the High Performance Computer (HPC), named Rudof or Rudy. It contains 736 CPU cores, with 3.6 TB RAM, runs at 13 Tflops with 96 TB hard drive. Rudy operates CentOS 6.5 64-bit Linux system. 

The main usage of Rudy is for running massive numerical simulations that are the core of all our research directions. In addition, HPC Research Center built around Rudy, implements, manages and participates in basic, applied, experimental and expert projects and tasks which require the usage of HPC. These involve various stakeholders from economy, local communities, government bodies, international research and commercial institutions, non-governmental organizations and others. HPC is also used for educational needs.