Texas Computing operates high-tech labs, the #1-ranked university supercomputer in the world, and cutting-edge instruments that are unique, powerful, and accessible, providing an advantage to students and faculty at the University of Texas at Austin.
Machine Learning Laboratory
Home to the new AI institute, the Laboratory brings together computer and data scientists, mathematicians, roboticists, engineers and ethicists to meet the institute’s research goals »
A strategic national resource providing high-performance computing capabilities to thousands of researchers across the U.S. »
A state-of-the-art facility where researchers can explore the intersection of human perception and large-scale visual analysis. »
The NSF Nanosystems ERC entitled Nanomanufacturing Systems for mobile Computing and Energy Technologies (NASCENT) creates and validates scalable and cost-effective nanomanufacturing infrastructure to enable future nanotech factories. »
Center for Dynamics and Control of Materials
The Center for Dynamics and Control of Materials seeks to extend the traditional paradigm of materials research beyond the study of behavior in or near equilibrium to encompass the understanding and control of materials over extended temporal and spatial scales. »