What is it?
MUGrid is a grid of computing resources at Marquette University. MUGrid
- Père, a university centrally managed 1024-core HPC cluster. Père is named in honor of Père Marquette, the Jesuit explorer and namesake of our university.
A distributed Condor pool containing over 500 cores.
Condor is software developed
at UW Madison that scavenges idle cycles on computers and
enlists them to do research. These cores are distributed throughout
the Department of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science,
the Marquette Bioinformatics Grid (MBiG),
the Library and the College of Engineering.
- Pario, a 164 core cluster in the College of Engineering.
Père is currently the primary HPC resource for MUGrid. Every facculty
and student can access Père and getting support without cost. For more
information, please go to Marquette
HPC website at