By Times Staff
HAMMOND | Chenn Qian Zhou’s engineering students at Purdue University Calumet work on real-world problems from energy companies, the steel industry, refineries and vehicle parts manufacturers, nationally and internationally.
They are working fast thanks to a supercomputer that was moved to make room for the Steele supercomputing cluster on Purdue’s West Lafayette campus.
Nodes from the former Lear cluster in West Lafayette have been reborn — with the addition of a high-performance storage array and some other hardware from Purdue Calumet — as the Miner cluster. It is the Calumet campus’s first large-scale high-performance computing system.