Easley High-Performance Computing Cluster Completes 1 Million Jobs

The Easley High-Performance Computing Cluster, named in honor of the esteemed Alabamian Annie Easley, has achieved the significant milestone of performing its 1 millionth job, facilitated by a researcher in chemical engineering. This remarkable achievement highlights the dedication and collaborative spirit deeply rooted within the university research community, in their pursuit of scientific discovery and advancement of the Auburn mission.

Read more about the Easley High-Performance Computing Cluster at aub.ie/hpcmillion.