1. Our global and regional hydrological models require significant computational resources. We have our own 64-core, 256GB Dell cluster and also use computational resources available at the High Performance Computing Center (HPCC) at MSU and the Yellowstone Supercomputer at the NCAR-Wyoming Supercomputing Center.
  2. Our lab is also equipped with ~10 Linux workstations and several Windows machines which are used to establish connection to the remote machines and to carry out advanced data analysis and visualization (using tools/software such as MATLAB, Python, Jupyter Notebook, GrADS, Ferret, Ncview, and ArcGIS).
  3. The Division of Engineering Computing and Services (DECS) at the college of Engineering provides full technical support to maintain our lab and the Linux cluster.
  4. We also have access (with significant computational and storage allocations) to the High Performance Computing Center at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) for ISIMIP-2 Project.