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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.

HPC Cluster

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
Visualization Laboratory

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

Contact / Use WAVE
(links are available from campus only)
Join the WAVE Community
WAVE Login

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