Latest News from PSC
New Cerebras Systems technology will double capacity, allow larger deep-learning models and data
Twelfth Year PSC Is Recognized by HPCwire Awards, Given to Leaders in the Global high performance-Computing Community
Program marks 15 years of offering bioinformatics curriculum to high school teachers, opening new career paths for students
NIH-funded SenNet to Create 3D Atlas of Aging Tissues, Shedding Light on Nerve Degeneration, Diabetes, Cancer and Normal Tissue Functions
PSC Celebrates its 35th Anniversary with Proclamations from Local, State, Federal Government Officials
The Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC), founded in 1986, is celebrating its 35-year anniversary.
PSC’s Shawn Brown Speaks at U.N. Panel on Leveraging Data, AI for Alleviating Hunger
The funding PSC receives from the Commonwealth supports our workforce development efforts such as training events, educator workshops, and other outreach activities.
PSC’s first computer, a CRAY X-MP/48, was dedicated on June 9, 1986. Thirty-five years later, look how far we’ve come!
The McWilliams Center for Cosmology at Carnegie Mellon University Now Accepting Proposal Submissions
The McWilliams Center for Cosmology Seed Grant program supports faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and research staff who want to explore a new area of research and/or jumpstart their research activity.
Advanced research computing platform enters first allocation period; deadline for proposals is April 15