The North Carolina Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI) is running Amber PMEMD on the Open Science Grid, the high throughput computing (HTC) fabric used by the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). This approach is likely to be helpful to researchers with any of these challenges:
- Constrained by limited computing resources including access to GPGPUs
- Manually executing the same simulation repeatedly with different parameters
- Making simulations easier to understand, share, scale and re-use across compute resources
For more information see these two blog posts: High Throughput Parallel Molecular Dynamics and CUDA/Tesla Accelerated PMEMD on OSG. Contact Steve Cox (email@example.com) if you’d like to discuss further and determine if your application is a fit. If it is, RENCI can provide access to the grid as well as tools for executing and managing simulations.