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High-Performing Technology for High-Powered Research

The Department of Electro-Optics and Photonics has collaborated with UDit to install and maintain a high performance computing cluster manufactured by PSSC Labs. These powerful machines support the research of Dr. Mikhail Vorontsov on the effects of atmospheric disturbances on various laser systems.

The computing cluster, in conjunction with UD's 2013 NSF-funded UDsciNet infrastructure upgrade, greatly enhances UD's capabilities in research computing. UDit is excited to be working with EOP on this important project!

Read more about UD's research and the high performance computing cluster >>

Pictured, left to right: Mikhail Vorontsov, Thomas Weyrauch, School of Engineering Department of Electro-optics and Photonics

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