Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center

 

Enabling discovery since 1986

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Staff Spotlight: Gesina Phillips

Specialty: Gesina is one of the newest members at PSC. She primarily supports HuBMAP as a software engineer.

PSC Superpower: Her skills in data-focused librarianship.

We are looking to expand our team!

Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center, or PSC, is a joint computational research center with Carnegie Mellon University and University of Pittsburgh.

Join us as we continue to enable scientific discovery since 1986!

Accelerate your research on Bridges-2,
our flagship supercomputer

Our Featured Projects

PSC maintains advanced infrastructure to support
computation-heavy research in areas in: data analytics, machine learning, bimolecular simulation, AI and deep learning, and provides access to the national cyberinfrastructure community of resources.

HuBMAP

The Human BioMolecular Atlas Program is developing the tools to create an open, global atlas of the human body at the cellular level.

Neocortex

Neocortex unlocks interactive AI development for rapidly evolving research and democratizes access to game-changing compute power.

Anton 2

Anton 2 is a special purpose supercomputer for biomolecular simulation, enabling investigations of important biological phenomena.

ACCESS

ACCESS is expanding the national research cyberinfrastructure ecosystem to include more researchers, scholars and scientific domains.

Bridges 2

Bridges-2 provides transformative capability for rapidly evolving, computation-intensive and data-intensive research, creating opportunities for collaboration and convergence research.

Want to help further our research?

Support the next big discovery or inspire the next class of great thinkers with a gift to our center.

Recent News from PSC

Accelerate your research on
Bridges-2, our newest supercomputer

Our Featured Projects

PSC maintains advanced infrastructure to support computation-heavy research in areas in: data analytics, machine learning, bimolecular simulation, AI and deep learning, and provides access to the national cyberinfrastructure community of resources.

HuBMAP

The Human BioMolecular Atlas Program is developing the tools to create an open, global atlas of the human body at the cellular level.

Neocortex

Neocortex unlocks interactive AI development for rapidly evolving research and democratizes access to game-changing compute power.

Anton 2

Anton 2 is a special purpose supercomputer for biomolecular simulation enabling investigations of important biological phenomena.

ACCESS

The ACCESS program provides an entry to the national research cyberinfrastructure ecosystem for researchers and scholars in all scientific domains.

Bridges 2

Bridges-2 provides transformative capability for rapidly evolving, computation-intensive and data-intensive research, creating opportunities for collaboration and convergence research. 

Want to help further our research?

Support the next big discovery or inspire the next class of great thinkers with a gift to our center.