UF lands $8 million federal award for supercomputing research

UF lands $8 million federal award for supercomputing research

UF lands $8 million federal award for supercomputing research

The University of Florida received an $8 million federal award and was named one of six universities nationwide tapped to conduct high-performance computing simulations aimed at addressing some of the world’s most complex problems.

The award from the National Nuclear Security Administration and accompanying designation as a center of excellence is a direct result of UF’s drive to boost its high-performance computing abilities, said David Norton, UF vice president for research.

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