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By Rebecca Marie Sasnett / Arizona Summer Wildcat "El Gato," a new supercomputer at the UA, is housed on the first floor of the Computer Center.

Meet 'El Gato,' the UA's New Supercomputer


University of Arizona assistant professor of astronomy Brant Robertson is propelling the UA’s computational facilities to the forefront of contemporary computer technology. Robertson and collaborators obtained a $1.3 million grant from the National Science Foundation to help fund the implementation of a new generation of supercomputers on campus. Read More

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