High Performance Computing

Baobab Web Interface

Baobab and Yggdrasil: the scientific compute clusters of Geneva's higher education institutions


why using hpc at unige ?

The infrastructure

  • Attended to researchers from all fields included

  • Holds two clusters: Baobab and Yggdrasil (begining 2021)

  • Rich offer of applications and high flexibility of usage

  • High availability and limited waiting time for using the Baobab Cluster

  • Suitable to parallel computing (more than 4000 cores)

  • Have at your disposal a large storage space for temporary data (1PB)

The services


Research in computational science

> The scientific and parallel computing group

at the Computer Science Department (CUI), UNIGE