UC-HiPACC—The First Four-Plus Years: 2010–2014


Collectively, the faculty and laboratories throughout the University of California system arguably comprise the largest and most powerful computational astrophysics group in the world. The purpose of the University of California High-Performance AstroComputing Center (UC-HiPACC) is to realize the full potential of UC’s world-leading computational astrophysics system-wide. This report summarizes UC-HiPACC’s principal programs, activities, and achievements during its first four-plus years, 2010–2014, as well as some looks ahead for later in 2014.

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