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Computational Science Laboratory

The Computational Science Laboratory investigates new algorithms for solving problems in computational biology, computational chemistry and computational physics. Emphasis is placed on finding efficient algorithms that can be run on parallel computers.


The Laboratory currently uses computational resources from the Fulton Supercomputing Center as well as 600-800 idle desktop nodes across the BYU campus that are managed by the DOGMA system.


Several software packages have been developed by members of the laboratory including:


The laboratory is currently supported by an NSF grant to investigate hexapod phylogeny.

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