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CEES is the center for Computational Earth and Environmental Sciences, which provides a variety of high-performance computing (HPC) resources to support the Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability research community in performing world-renowned research.

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Our Mission

To advance research and scholarship by providing access to high-end computing, training, and advanced technical support in an inclusive community at Stanford Earth.

Resources

Computational resources that are available to the Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability research community include cluster-computing, interactive compute nodes, GPU computation, memory-intensive nodes, data storage, and more. See examples below:

  • Sherlock HPC, SERC partition (144 nodes,  5744 compute cores, 56 V/A100 GPUs, up to 1TB memory)
  • Sherlock (University) HPC cluster
  • Mazama HPC and “Tool-Servers”  (~150 nodes, 8V100 GPUs)
  • Cloud Compute Resources (e.g. Google Earth Engine & Cloud Platform)
  • 1 PB+ Oak storage