Who We Are

Welcome to the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) DoD Supercomputing Resource Center (DSRC). We are a high performance computing (HPC) facility committed to providing the resources necessary for Department of Defense (DoD) scientists and engineers to complete their research, development, testing and evaluation projects.

Since our inception in 1996 as part of the DoD High Performance Computing Modernization Program (HPCMP), we have supported the warfighter by combining powerful computational resources, secure interconnects, and application software with renowned services, expertise and experience.

What We Do

We deliver premier and innovative services to our user community:

Hardware - By providing access to a variety of supercomputing system architectures, our users stay up-to-date with technology improvements while saving critical budget dollars. With the addition of new supercomputers every 24 months, technology insertion investments keep pace with current trends and user requirements.

Software - We offer hundreds of commercial and open-source packages including pre- and post-analysis tools. Our software is professionally administered and continuously monitored to reflect changing demands and technology advancements.

Support - Our experienced staff includes experts in hardware, software, networking, mass storage and security, as well as Ph.D.s with expertise in a variety of computational technology areas.

We Are Dedicated to...

Establishing "world class" capabilities that apply high performance computation toward solving DoD problems.

Ensuring military advantage and warfighting superiority on the 21st century battlefield through the use of high performance information technologies.

Strengthening national prominence and preeminence by supporting the vital research of scientists and researchers whose work utilizes the critical technologies and expertise of high performance computing that serve to protect the American way of life.

Our Users Achieve Success

Flow Solver Predicts Condensation During Supersonic Wind Tunnel Tests Flow Solver Predicts Condensation During Supersonic Wind Tunnel Tests, Working with the lead code developer Dr. Jack Edwards of NCSU, Dr. Susan Cox-Stouffer, a Taitech employee, performed simulations on ten processors on AFRL (Air Force Research Laboratory) and ERDC (Engineer Research and Development Center) computers (particularly Eagle, Hawk, Sapphire, and Jade) and required approximately two days to reach convergence. Read More.

Research Accelerates the Design of Scramjets Research Accelerates the Design of Scramjets, Dr. Datta V. Gaitonde, AFRL (Air Force Research Laboratory) Computer Sciences Branch Air Vehicles Directorate, AFRL Wright-Patterson AFB, OH, is the principle investigator of this Challenge project. This project has performed many successful runs using HPC codes: FDL3DI, AVUS, GPACT (CHSSI), GASP, UFS, and CFD++. Read More.