Computer Cluster "CHIMERA"

High-performance computing cluster "CHIMERA" of the Laboratory of mathematical modeling of nonlinear processes was created to solve applied problems that require high computational time and operate with large information contents.
Creation of high-performance computing cluster gives us an opportunity to offer you our services on solving complex scientific and technical problems. Cluster workgroup can provide the support of fundamental scientific researches. Because of in many scientific domains the usage of high-performance computing resources is essentially important for obtaining the very new results, we are glad to collaborate with scientific institutions.

Cluster info

  • CPUs Total – 96 (192 virtual)
  • RAM – 528 GBytes
  • Storage – 27 TBytes
  • Net – 1Gbit/s
  • Backbone – 10 Gbit/s
  • Peak Performance – 1.7 Tflop/s

See Cluster Report

Online modeling of chimera states in Kuramoto-Sakaguchi model

Kuramoto-Sakaguchi model describes a set of N non-locally coupled limit-cycle oscillators.