CNF Lab and Equipment Information
Intel Computing Cluster
CAC Name: The Computing website has moved to: http://computing.cnfusers.cornell.edu
32 Node Xeon processor cluster
Manager: David BotschBackup: Karlis Musa
The Nanolab cluster provides users of the CNF the opportunity to use a wide range of modeling software tailored for nanoscale systems. The cluster consists of dual Xeon E5620 and dual Xeon E5-2620 processors. All nodes are linked via Gigabit Ethernet. The cluster runs Red Hat Linux Enterprise 5.
We have a wide range of scientific libraries available for code development including ATLAS, GSL, and FFTW. In addition, we have Intel compilers (Fortran, C/C++) and MKL math libraries available. These Intel products are designed to optimize performance on the Xeon architecture. The cluster is currently capable of running parallel programs based on the MPI message passing protocol using LAM-MPI. Please contact cluster-admin (at) cnf.cornell.edu if you are interested in getting an account on the cluster.
The cluster provides a high performance computing environment for modeling nanoscale systems with existing codes. It is also an ideal site to test and develop new codes for nanoscale research.
Additional Resources:NNIN/C Pseudopotential Virtual Vault
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BEAMER Updated to v5.2.0
Aug 19, 2016
GenISys BEAMER has been updated to version 5.2.0 .
Updated documentation is linked from the "Software Tools" section of the Computing website: http://computing.cnfusers.cornell.edu .
AutoCAD Pattern Data
CATS Pattern Conversion and Proximity Correction Suite
File Transfer Share for Tools
GenISys Layout BEAMER - E-beam Pattern Conversion and Proximity Correction
GenISys Layout LAB
Intel Computing Cluster
JGDS2 - Java GDS Library
L-Edit CAD Software
LinkCAD pattern preparation software
Mobile CNFUsers Site
PROLITH by KLA-Tencor
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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. ECCS-1542081. Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.
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