Computing Facilities

ICSE Computing Facilities

Center for High Perfomance Computing

ICSE owns the Ash cluster, which is operated by the Center for High-Performance Computing. Its features include:

  • 253 12 Core Nodes and 164 20 Core Nodes (6316 total cores)
  • 2.8 GHz Intel Xeon (Westmere X5660) processors
  • 24 Gbytes memory per node on the 12 core nodes
  • 64 Gbytes memory per node on the 20 core nodes
  • Mellanox FDR Infiniband interconnect
  • Gigabit Ethernet interconnect for management

National Laboratories

Through the CCMSC program sponsored by the Department of Energy, ICSE researchers have access to computing facilities at various national laboratories.

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL)
  • Vulcan, a 24-rack IBM Blue Gene/Q system is based on the POWER architecture
  • Cab, part of the TLCC2 (Tri-Lab Linux Capacity Cluster 2) procurement, is a large capacity resource for running small to moderate parallel jobs
Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)
  • Mustang, an Appro Xtreme-XTM supercomputer featuring the AMD Opteron 6176 model processor
  • Wolf, part of the TLCC (TriLab Linux Capacity Cluster) procurement, is a Cray, Inc. cluster


Address   155 South 1452 East
Room 350
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
Phone (801) 585-1233


The mission of ICSE is education through interdisciplinary research on high-temperature fuel utilization processes for energy generation, and associated environmental, health, policy, and performance issues.