Center for High Throughput Computing

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Center for High Throughput Computing

Advancing Science & Empowering Research
Across Campus & the World

The Center for High Throughput Computing (CHTC) is an internationally recognized research center located at the heart of CDIS that empowers researchers to find solutions to some of the biggest problems facing science and society.

As one of the foremost pioneers in the field of computing research, CHTC’s groundbreaking capabilities are transformational for project speed, efficiency and outcomes. All the while, CHTC functions as a unique laboratory to test and evolve computing under real-life conditions – continuously pushing forward the boundaries of science.

Putting CDIS Goals
Into Action

One-of-a-Kind Collaborator on Campus

CHTC’s computing capabilities are without equal at universities across the country, providing CDIS and UW-Madison researchers a unique partner to solve challenges and bring ideas to life.

Pushing the Boundaries of Science

CHTC and its predecessors have been at the forefront of distributed computing for over 30 years. Its breakthroughs directly translate to new research potential for faculty and students.

Leading by Example

CHTC is a pillar and point of excellence of CDIS and helps ensure UW-Madison continues to be a leader in solving the biggest challenges we face.

“The scientific and societal advancements that researchers make in collaboration with the Center for High Throughput Computing are a testament to our unique capabilities to drive science forward. In bold partnership with CDIS and UW-Madison, we stand ready to bring new solutions to the world and progress our very understanding of life.”

Miron Livny, Director of the UW Center for High Throughput Computing
Photos courtesy of Morgridge Institute for Research.