Supercomputing Center, Ansys in simulation effort
A partnership between the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center and Ansys Inc. will make advanced engineering simulation software capabilities available to researchers.
Scientists at academic institutions use resources at the center for cutting-edge computations in physical, social and biological sciences.
The center will be the only service provider in the NSF XSEDE computational science program to offer Cecil-based Ansys' multiphysics simulation software suite. Any university with an Ansys license will be able to use the center's machines to run simulations.
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