VIPER

High-Performance-Computing facility, University of Hull, United Kingdom

The Viper High-Performance-Computing cluster provides over 5,500 compute cores and dedicated GPU and high memory resources for research use. Successful proposals through ChETEC-INFRA’s transnational access program will have a University of Hull user account assigned to access Viper. Further information on Viper as part of ChETEC-INFRA can be found on the Viper homepage.

High-Memory Nodes at VIPER
High memory nodes at Viper. Credit: VIPER, Chris Collins

Contact information:

Country of installation:

  • United Kingdom
  • everyone whose affiliation is outside of the United Kingdom can apply for TNA at VIPER

Key information at a glance:

Presentation of TNA to VIPER given at the ChETEC-INFRA kick-off meeting (May 4, 2021):

Presentation of TNA to VIPER given at special TNA Event (November 29, 2021):

Quantity of access to be provided:

  • 8,000,000 cpu-hours

Website:

Infrastructures for Transnational Access (TNA)