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Supercomputer Upgrade to Benefit Nuclear Materials Research

October 6, 2017

Clemson University researchers stand in front of the Palmetto Cluster Supercomputer.

Clemson University researchers stand in front of the Palmetto Cluster Supercomputer.

Clemson University’s acclaimed supercomputer, the Palmetto Cluster, will be receiving a $1 million upgrade funded by the National Science Foundation. Lindsay Shuller-Nickles’ research group is a heavy user of Clemson University’s Palmetto cluster, which ranks in the top eight U.S. academic supercomputers according to the Top 500 ranking.  The supercomputer enables Dr. Shuller-Nickles and her students to study nuclear materials at an atomic level.  Dr. Shuller-Nickles was recently involved in the successful NSF MRI award to add $1M to the Palmetto Cluster. Read more.



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