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One of the tasks of the National Competence Centre in HPC is to support science by providing high-powered computers to perform highly advanced calculations, disk space for data storage, as well as specialised scientific software and expert support. The supercomputers are equipped with software to conduct research in such fields as chemistry, physics, mechanics, computer science, acoustics, engineering, statistics, climatology, and many other scientific fields.
Through the National Competence Centre in HPC, users can take advantage of applications available to all supercomputing centres in Poland, such as:

Mathematical applications: Mathematica, MATLAB, Maple,

Chemical applications: Amber, Accelrys, ADF, Dalton, Gaussian, Molpro, TeraChem,

Engineering and Fluid Dynamics applications: Abaqus, ANSYS, ANSYS Fluent, NAMD, Opera, Tecplot,

Materials calculations: ABINIT, Accelrys, CPMD,

Physical calculations: MPB, CAMFR, Meep,

Information processing and statistical analysis: JAGS, STATISTICA,

Geographic data processing GIS: ArcGIS.

The National Competence Centre in HPC provides access to information and computing resources located in scientific networks, both Polish and European. It also offers network services, cloud services, data storage and other Saas, IaaS, Paas, and HPCaaS solutions.

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