Newark Massive Memory Machine (NM3)

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Welcome to the wikipage of NM3: The computing facility of Rutgers-Newark!

NM3 is the High Performance Computing facility of Rutgers-Newark. It features 80 compute nodes interconnected by an infiniband network for a total of 1600 Ivy Bridge CPUs. Our mission is to help you in your high-performance computing needs.

Here, you will find information on How to gain access to NM3, and learn how to run calculations on NM3, through our Tips and Tricks page. In addition, specific examples can be found under the How to and Research groups tabs.

Facility director

Michele Pavanello (Chemistry)

Hosted by

Newark Computing Services

Shelley Cousins (Director)

System Administrator

John Cain


Newark office: Olson Hall 238

Affiliated Academic Centers

Rutgers Institute for Data Science, Learning, and Application

Rutgers Discovery Informatics Institute

RBHS HPC facility

NM3 Advisory Committee

Shelley Cousins (NCS)

Stephen Hanson (Psychology)

Frieder Jaekle (Chemistry)

Kristina Keating (Earth & Environmental Sciences)

Bart Krekelberg (CMBN)

Leslie Michelson (RBHS)

Dimitrios Ntarlagiannis (Earth & Environmental Sciences)

Michele Pavanello (Chemistry)

Patrick Shafto (Math and CS)