High-Performance Computing

As the size of data and complexity of computation continue to grow, high-performance computing (HPC) is becoming more and more important for a variety of science domains including physics, chemistry, climate, and artificial intelligence. With expertise in scientific computing, large-scale data analytics and management, and parallel processing, the department keeps intensive collaborations with centers and institutes both inside and outside the campus. This work is primarily supported by NSF and DOE. 

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Interested in discussing the research we are working on or learning more? Please contact:

Dr. Sanjay Madria

Associate Chair for Research Curators’ Distinguished Professor

Areas of Interest

Cloud Computing, Security, Wireless Computing and Mobile Data Management

Dr. Xin Liang

Assistant Professor

Areas of Interest

High-performance computing, parallel and distributed systems, scientific data management, large-scale data analytics, and distributed machine learning.

Dr. Sajal Das

Professor

Areas of Interest

Cyber-physical systems, Security and privacy, Smart environments (Smart city, energy, healthcare), IoTs, Wireless sensor networks, Mobile and pervasive computing, Big data analytics, Parallel and cloud computing, Social networks, Systems biology, Graph theory and Game theory.