Compute Server and Storage

University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna (BOKU)

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Short Description

The equipment provides a research environment for numerical climate modeling, numerical weather prediction and atmospheric chemistry simulation with an emphasis on test, development and pre- and postprocessing at the BOKU Institute of Meteorology and Climatology.

The system consists of a compute server with two AMD EPYC 7452 32 core CPUs, 1 TB RAM, approx. 900 TB (net) storage and an Infiniband interconnect.

Contact Person

Mag. Marlene Falmbigl

Research Services

no public research services offered

Methods & Expertise for Research Infrastructure

Research areas include numerical weather prediction, climate simulation, atmospheric chemistry simulation in meteorology and climatology.

Mag. Marlene Falmbigl
BOKU Institute of Meteorology and Climatology
This resource is used internally and in conjunction with national and international collaborators, projects partners by arrangement. We are open for collaboration. If you are interested in a cooperation, please get in touch with the listed contact person.