The Center for Computationally Assisted Science and Technology (CCAST) provides high-performance computational facilities, resources, training and services for research and education at NDSU. Currently, the “Thunder” cluster at CCAST hosts five dedicated compute nodes with over 200 processors for our research group in addition to over 100 shared compute nodes within the university. Moreover, our group has access to several major national computing facilities, such as XSEDE.
Affiliated Programs and Cluster:
Civil and Environmental Engineering
NDSU Grand Challenge Initiative – The Center for Engineered Cancer Test Beds
Materials and Nanotechnology
Biomedical Engineering （jointly offered with UND)
NIST Materials Genome Initiative