PSC @ Supercomputing 2022

November 14-18 | Dallas, TX
Booth #2816

PSC is excited to be in Dallas for SC22. Our booth will feature interactive demonstrations highlighting how PSC is leveraging HPC to accelerate research.

PSC has been part of the national HPC community for nearly four decades, and we are proud to continue our tradition this year of building relationships, fostering community, and of course, geeking out about research!

Unwind at our Backyard Party!

Join us on Tuesday, November 15 from 4-6pm in our booth #2816 on the exhibit floor for a time of relaxation, drinks, and networking with your favorite colleagues. 

Experience our science

Join us at our exhibit booth (#2816) to take part in our live demos:

HuBMAP: The Human BioMolecular Atlas Program

HuBMAP is developing the tools to create an open, global atlas of the human body at the cellular level. These tools and maps will be openly available, to accelerate understanding of the relationships between cell and tissue organization and function and human health.

The Human BioMolecular Atlas Program (HuBMAP), a mapping system for human tissues funded by the National Institutes of Health, is a collaboration between PSC and the Department of Biomedical Informatics (DBMI) at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. PSC and DBMI are working with a number of other teams as part of the HuBMAP Integration, Visualization and Engagement (HIVE) Collaboratory.

Storm Surge Forecasting & Coastal Master Planning for the Gulf Coast

PSC is working with The Water Institute of the Gulf on hurricane forecasting. We’ve configured Bridges-2 to allow their researchers to run hurricane forecasting models in real time. The data from these forecasts have been used by decision-makers in the region for recent storms such as Hurricane Ian.

In the long term, we’re working with the Coastal Preservation and Restoration Authority in Louisiana on their 2023 Coastal Master Plan. Their researchers are using Bridges-2 to model changes in the coast over the next 50 years and to evaluate future projects for mitigating land loss and flooding.

Our two demos will show how PSC is helping the Gulf Coast region prepare for a changing climate and coastline in both the short and long term.

PSC receives two HPCwire 2022 Awards!

PSC has been recognized in the annual HPCwire Readers’ and Editors’ Choice Awards, presented at the 2022 International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis (SC22), in Dallas, Texas.

PSC was recognized with the following honors:

  • Editors’ Choice: Best Use of HPC in Physical Sciences
  • Editors’ Choice: Best Use of High Performance Data Analytics & Artificial Intelligence

About PSC

Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center is a joint computational research center with Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh. Our mission is to enable the advancement of science and research. We cultivate collaborative partnerships, empower the next generation of researchers, and provide cutting-edge cyberinfrastructure.



Bridges-2 is a petascale resource for empowering diverse communities by bringing together HPC, AI, and Big Data. It provides transformative capability for rapidly evolving, computation- and data-intensive research, creating opportunities for collaboration and convergence research.



A unique high performance artificial intelligence system designed to revolutionize scientific AI research. 

Anton 2


A special purpose supercomputer for biomolecular simulation designed and constructed by D.E. Shaw Research (DESRES).




ACCESS, the NSF’s Advanced Cyberinfrastructure Coordination Ecosystem Services and Support program, succeeds the XSEDE program, of which PSC was a leading member.


Brain Image Library


Brain Image Library (BIL), a national public resource and collaboration with CMU’s Molecular Biosensor and Imaging Center and the University of Pittsburgh’s Center for Biologic Imaging, enables researchers to deposit, analyze, mine, share and interact with large brain-image datasets.




It takes trillions of cells to build a human adult, and how those cells interact, connect, and arrange into tissues has a direct effect on our health. HuBMAP (the Human BioMolecular Atlas Program) will create the next generation of molecular analysis technologies and computational tools, enabling the generation of foundational 3D tissue maps and construction of an atlas of the function and relationships among cells in the human body.  



The Cellular Senescence Network (SenNet) is funded by the NIH Common Fund and overseen in collaboration with the National Institute on Aging and National Cancer Institute. SenNet will create a navigable, 3D map of the body that offers data and analysis on cellular aging, shedding light on nerve degeneration, diabetes, cancer, and normal tissue functions.

Trusted CI


Trusted CI works directly with the NSF open science community to tackle individual cybersecurity related projects and challenges and to share best practices through in-depth engagement, training, webinars, and publications. Trusted CI also hosts the annual NSF Cybersecurity Summit, bringing together over one hundred members of the research community to share cybersecurity experiences and form key relationships.

Apply to join our team today!

Join our team and help advance state of the art high performance computing, communications, and data analytics. 

Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC) is a joint effort of Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh. PSC is located minutes from the heart of Pittsburgh, surrounded by culture and education.