bwForCluster NEMO

Research Cluster for Neuroscience, Elementary Particle Physics, Microsystems Engineering and Materials Science (NEMO)

Since September 15, only ~70% of the NEMO cluster is available (625 nodes).

Published: 28 Sep 2022 by HPC Team

We have received instructions from the University of Freiburg to save 30% of the power consumption. To achieve this, we have shut down about 30% of the NEMO nodes. Currently, about 625 nodes are available (~70% of all available nodes).
Update 05.10.2022: You can check the usage of your group with nemorvusage.


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The state of Baden-W├╝rttemberg offers many HPC resources in the state. For example the bwHPC clusters (bwForClusters, bwUniCluster) at the entry level are available for researchers and students from the state of Baden-W├╝rttemberg.

bwForCluster NEMO

The bwForClusters are for researchers in selected research fields. The bwForCluster NEMO in Freiburg is available for researchers of the scientific communities: Neuroscience, Elementary Particle Physics, Microsystems Engineering and Material Science.

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