High Performance Computing

The University at Buffalo's supercomputing center supports scientific research at institutions throughout the Western New York area.

The Center for Computational Research's (CCR) computing capacity is currently calculated at 100 Tflops with a storage capacity of over 600 TBytes.  Upgrades are currently planned to increase both compute and storage capacity's tenfold for the genome project.  CCR has a support staff consisting of computational scientists, software engineers, database administrators, and systems administrators with expertise in all areas of computing, including scientific and parallel computing, high-performance data storage, custom software development, advanced database engineering, grid computing, scientific and medical visualization, and networking