Coastal Carolina University Cyberinfrastructure Project (CCU CI) support teaching and instruction as well as provide access to software used in the classrooms.  The High Performance Computing (HPC) clusters are used as the primary tools for some of the courses, particularly at the graduate level.  Undergraduate courses are supported through various software applications, virtualization stacks and infrastructure, and software development tools.

Ph.D. Graduate Courses

  • CMSS 530: Fluid Dynamics
  • CMSS 534: Atmospheric Physics
  • CMSS 610: Temporal and Spatial Analysis
  • CMSS 611: Atmospheric and Oceanic Modeling
  • CMSS 620: Scientific Computing in Systems Science

Undergraduate and Masters Courses

  • PHYS 310: Mathematical Methods in Physics
  • CSCI 416: Linux Systems Administration
  • IST 670: Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery
  • IST 677: Data Visualization

Research Training

CCU CI is an integral tool in undergraduate research projects (e.g., 399 and 499 courses) and the centerpiece for student projects supported by CCU Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (C-SURF), an NSF Research Experiences for Undergraduate (REU) site.  CCU CI is also utilized for the Theses of Coastal Marine and Wetland Studies (CMWS) Master’s students and Marine Science Ph.D. students.

Need Help?

For these services, please visit our CCU CI Helpdesk.  At this time, these services are provided on a best-effort basis without mandatory cost recover.