National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA)
Blue Waters, one of the world’s most powerful supercomputers and the fastest at a university, completes over 13 quadrillion calculations per second. NCSA leads the Blue Waters project, providing researchers the expertise to take full advantage of the system, whether mapping the Arctic, simulating the cosmos, or studying earthquakes or severe storms. Ask us how you can get an allocation on this extraordinary machine for extraordinary research. The Blue Waters project also offers undergraduate internships and graduate fellowships. NCSA is located at the University of Illinois. Blue Waters is funded by the National Science Foundation.