The cluster consists of a server and ten computing nodes (each 4 CPU 3.0 GHz Intel Xeon 5160; 16 GB RAM; 1.2 TB scratch disk) running Scientific Linux. The primary mode of access to the cluster is through the Center’s web site at http://iopenshell.usc.edu.
Each user will be provided a user name and a password to allow access to the graphical interface (WebMO), which can be used to submit jobs, monitor them, and view the results. The WebMO login window is at the bottom of this page
Computational software installed on the cluster:
Pictures from the “Putting the cluster together party.”
Member log in
Acknowledging the center
“This work was conducted using the resources of the iOpenShell Center for Computational Studies of Electronic Structure and Spectroscopy of Open-Shell and Electronically Excited Species (http://iopenshell.usc.edu) supported by the National Science Foundation through the CRIF:CRF program.”