Discovery is the New Mexico State University High Performance Computing Cluster. The cluster is a collection of computers, or nodes, that communicate using InfiniBand, making it an ideal location to scale computational analysis from your personal computer. The high performance computing (HPC) cluster is free to use for current students, faculty, and staff for both research and teaching. Discovery is equipped with Lenovo nx360, SR650, SR670, SR850, Dell R440 and R740 hardware and it has 25 compute, 11 GPU and 2 high memory nodes, with total of 968 cores. The operating system is CentOS 7 and it runs Slurm scheduling manager. Visit our Getting Started page for more information.

Upcoming workshops

All workshops will be in HJLC206; Tuesday workshops are 3-5p and Thursday workshops are 2-4p. Please register by clicking on the link of the workshop.

October 1st week: 

Tuesday, 1st:Introduction to Linux

Thursday, 3rd: Introduction to Supercomputing/Discovery

October 2nd week: 

Tuesday, 8th: Introduction to Parallel Computing and Introduction to OpenMPI

Thursday, 10th: Redcap

October 3rd week: 

Tuesday, 15th: Introduction to SPSS part 1

Thursday, 17th: Introduction to SPSS part 2

October 4th week:

Tuesday, 22th: Introduction to Matlab part 1

Thursday, 24th: Introduction to Matlab part 2

October 5th week:

Tuesday, 29th: Introduction to R part 1

Thursday, 31st: Introduction to R part 2