About the Institutions:
  • The FAMU-FSU Joint College of Engineering, comprised by Florida A&M University (FAMU) and Florida State University (FSU). FAMU is the most prominent public HBCU and FSU is a among the most prominent research universities.
  • In 2017, the FAMU-FSU College of engineering undergraduate student body was composed of 2,186 students, from which 20% are African American, 26% are Women and 20% are Hispanic. This is one of the most diverse (if not the most diverse) engineering college in the USA.
  • In 2015, FSU student body was composed of 8.3% African American, 2.6% Asian American, 17.7% Hispanic American, 60.7% Non-Hispanic White, 5.7% International students and <1% Native American.
  • In 2015, FAMU student body was composed of 84.1% African American, 1.03% Asian American, 3.09% Hispanic American, 7.71% Non-Hispanic White, 1.36% International students and <1% Native American.
Computational Resources: Total Compute Nodes 309. Total Cores 7,024. Performance 109.5 TFLOPS. Storage System PanFS. MPI Interconnects (IB) 40 & 56 Gbps (QDR & FDR). Storage Interconnects (IP) 10 Gbps.
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HPMI: Our main lab is located in the HPMI. We developed our own codes here and we also collaborate with experimental scientists developing the next generations of materials.
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MagLab: At the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, we are in the Condensed Matter Theory section. Here, we develop the understanding for exotic and common materials and molecules.
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COE: At the College of Engineering we develop models and simulations to understand the macro-scale phenomenon to complete our multi-scale multi-paradigm understanding of materials and processes.
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Dirac: At the Dirac SL, we develop the algorithms required for our simulations. We also work on a better understanding of best architecture for computing our codes.
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