CAGIS awarded a NSF XSEDE Supercomputing Resource Allocation Award

CAGIS has been approved with a NSF XSEDE Supercomputing Resource Allocation Award. The project (PI: Wenwu Tang) is entitled “Accelerating and enhancing multi-scale spatiotemporally explicit analysis and modeling of geospatial systems” (in total, 200,000 supercomputing service hours).

As you may know, XSEDE (Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment; https://www.xsede.org/), supported by NSF, is the worldwide flagship cyberinfrastructure that coordinates supercomputing resources from supercomputing centers in the U.S. Through this award, we will be able to leverage the XSEDE supercomputing resources for spatiotemporal analysis and modeling in face of big data challenge.