Baylor Libraries Host High Performance Computing Meeting

April 27, 2012

HiPCAT, a consortium of Texas institutions that leverage high performance computing systems to enhance research in higher education and other fields, will meet on Friday, April 27, 2012, in the Jones Library of Baylor University. The group was founded in 2002 to help leading research institutions in Texas effectively apply advanced technologies to some of the most complex and difficult computational problems. In addition to these annual face-to-face meetings held at member institutions, HiPCAT also gathers virtually online for monthly update meetings on current projects. For more information about HiPCAT, visit their website at