Welcome to ACCRE

*** Starting in December 2014, ACCRE will be transitioning to a new resource management and job scheduling software package called SLURM. By early February 2015, the entire cluster will be managed by SLURM. Please prepare for the transition by reading through our SLURM documentation page

  • The MASI Lab in the School of Engineering is using ACCRE to identify latent features that may improve the accuracy of early prognosis for recovery from traumatic brain injury.
  • The Rokas Lab in Biological Sciences is performing genomic analyses to better understand genetic changes in complex metabolic networks. Image credit: J. Wisecaver and A. Rokas
  • Clare McCabe's group in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering is leveraging the computing power of graphics processing units at ACCRE to accelerate coarse-grained molecular dynamic simulations of lipid bilayers. (Gai et al. Journal of Chemical Physics, 2013)
  • Bing Zhang's lab in Biomedical Informatics is applying novel bioinformatic analysis techniques to investigate interactions between signature proteins in colorectal cancer. (Zhang et al. Nature, 2014)
  • The Meiler Lab in Chemistry uses ACCRE to predict the tertiary structure of membrane proteins from limited experimental data. Membrane proteins are important drug targets and drug discovery requires an improved understanding of their structures.
  • The Holley-Bockelmann Group in Physics and Astronomy is exploring galaxy dynamics and important events occurring during the formation of the Milky Way.


. How the hummingbird achieves its aerobatic feats
. Visualizing data on network ‘maps’
. Research news: CSI: Milky Way
. ACCRE now offers training class on using GPUs on the cluster
. Vandy physicists part of celebration for potential Higgs Boson
. CMS-HI Tier 2 at Vanderbilt University featured in Open Science Grid Newsletter
. New FAQs on how to compile R packages added
. The Mass Spectrometry Research Center and Ayers Institute develope software to improve their internal queueing of jobs for ACCRE processing and to streamline data retrieval and archival
. Vanderbilt researchers use ACCRE cluster to simulate black hole mergers
. GPU-equipped nodes are available to all users who want to take advantage of the power of graphic processing units

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