Who We Are

Wisconsin Applied Computing Center (WACC) is a University of Wisconsin-Madison center whose mission is that of facilitating access to advanced computing resources to meet research and educational needs of its members. The main asset of WACC is Euler, a CPU/GPU supercomputer established and operated as a co-op by users from several UW-Madison departments: Mechanical Engineering, Chemistry, Finance, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Materials Science and Engineering.

What We Do

  • Provide access to cutting edge hardware assets for emerging computational models
  • Assist the educational mission of our university
  • Operate, maintain, and expand the Euler cluster
  • Engage in outreach activities

People

Director

Professor Dan Negrut