Flux is the shared, Linux-based high-performance computing (HPC) cluster available to all researchers at the University of Michigan.
Flux consists of approximately 27,000 cores – including 1,372 compute nodes composed of multiple CPU cores, with at least 4 GB of RAM per core, interconnected with InfiniBand networking.
Please see the following pages for more information on Flux:
- For Grant Writers and Research Administrators — information on including Flux in grant submissions
- Flux for Instructors — information using Flux in a class
- Flux for Undergraduates (free access to the cluster)
- Check My Allocation
For technical support, please email email@example.com.
Unit-specific Flux Allocations