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.
HiPeCC and Internet2 are mentioned in "Wichita State's Fourth Annual Technology Fair" from October, 2014.