The Rocky Mountain Advanced Computing Consortium is a collaboration among academic and research institutions located throughout the intermountain states. Our mission is to facilitate widespread effective use of high performance computing throughout the Rocky Mountain region by:
Educating graduate and undergraduate students, faculty, researchers, and industry partners on the use of computational science and high performance computing.
Coordinating multi-institutional efforts to advance research, practice, and education in computational science in order to address important regional problems.
- Bringing together a broad range of researchers, faculty, and industry partners with a depth of experience and expertise not available at any single institution and facilitate their collaboration in multi-disciplinary and multi-institutional teams.
The current member institutions include:
Colorado School of Mines
Colorado State University
Idaho National Lab
NCAR - The National Center for Atmospheric Research
NREL - The National Renewable Energy Lab
New Mexico State University
United States Geological Survey (USGS)
University of Colorado Boulder
University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
University of New Mexico
University of Utah
University of Wyoming
Boise State University
Brigham Young University
Idaho State University
Montana State University
NOAA - The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
University of Colorado Denver