The academic mission will include a strong emphasis on developing and disseminating new curricular material. There is an acute shortage of information on parallel programming techniques, verification techniques, and performance evaluation/tuning techniques. We will maintain a prominent web presence where educational resources in these areas will be maintained. It will invite EAB members to visit our campus and offer lectures on advanced topics which will tie into classes on parallelism taught by CPU members and others.

Educational Resources

Construction and Administration of a Pi Cluster

During CS4230 - Parallel Programming class given on Fall 2014, there are couple of artifacts that any HPC/parallel-programming developer would be interested in. We are making these available to public so that other institutions can benefit from our experience and these tutorials.


For an up to date and complete list of publications please refer to this page. It also lists the content with their corresponding dates and bib files to facilitate citations.