QCIF helps Griffith clean energy researcher gain more time on national supercomputers
Through QCIF, a Griffith University renewable energy researcher has taken his work to the next level with all-important access to national high-performance computers.
Before contacting QCIF, Dr Yun Wang of Griffith’s Centre for Clean Environment and Energy was facing the very real possibility of having to stop computational research due to a lack of HPC resources. This would have been a major setback as supercomputers are essential to his research, using large-scale computations in order to understand the properties of complicated materials at the atomic level.
Thankfully, friends at the University of Queensland recommended Yun contact QCIF for help.