Data Analysis and Accuracy: Small Supercomputer Versus a Dell Dinosaur

Grants and Contracts Details


Computational methods provide powerful tools for solving problems in physics. We plan to build a mini-supercomputer from Raspberry Pis following the “Tiny Titan” build specifications available from Oak Ridge National Lab. Once built, the cluster can be used indefinitely for education, outreach, and community building.
Effective start/end date1/1/1911/30/19


  • American Institute of Physics: $1,157.00


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