Founded in 1998, Wichita State University's High Performance Computing Center (HiPeCC) enables scientific and engineering discoveries through advances in computational science and high performance computing. HiPeCC is a resource to faculty, staff, and students at WSU in science, industry and academia, providing tools such as high-performance hardware technologies, integrative software technologies and inter-disciplinary expertise.
Here is an AVI clip showing how Computation Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is simulated. It was generated by HiPeCC in 2003.
HiPeCC supports WSU Strategic Goal #4: Accelerate the discovery, creation and transfer of new knowledge
Wichita Eagle on May 27, 2013: "Wichita engineer's virtual models for aerospace testing are miles above other methods, industry experts say." Read more here.
Here is a one page brochure describing HiPeCC capabilities.
Here is "Introduction to Parallel Computing" from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.