Accelerate your research and see it in a whole new way
The Wiegand Advanced Visualization Environment (WAVE) is a state-of-the-art computing facility serving the entire University community. Comprising high-performance computing (HPC) resources, large data storage, and an advanced visualization library, WAVE enables a diverse range of faculty research as well as new interdisciplinary coursework and research opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students.
WAVE's mission is to offer flexible, cutting-edge computing capabilities that foster the highest-quality basic and applied research while enabling cross-disciplinary collaborations.
The HPC Cluster supports massively parallel or memory intensive computations. The HPC cluster is located in the University's data center.
- 10 Intel Xeon comput nodes; 4 nodes include dual NVIDIA Tesla GPUs
- 384 GB to 2 TB of RAM on each node
- 456 TB of HDD and 100 TB of SSD high-capacity storage
- SLURM Workload Manager
The Visualization Laboratory contains workstations, virtual reality (VR) headsets, and high resolution displays. The visualization lab is currently located in Varsi 222 but is moving to a new home in Heafey Hall in Fall '21.
- 12 Dell Precision 3630 Tower Workstations with Ultrasharp 32" 4K Monitors
- 3 HTC Pro Eye VR Headsets
- 1 86" 4K TV Monitor