Reactor core simulation
Fuel Pin simulation and equations
Nuclear fuel microstructure simulation
Collaborative Computing Center
Nuclear Science User Facility (NSUF) High Performance Computing (HPC) resources offered through
Idaho National Laboratory provide scientific computing capabilities to support efforts in advanced modeling and simulation. These resources support a wide range of research activities, including performance of materials in harsh environments (such as the effects of irradiation and high temperatures), performance of existing light water and advanced nuclear reactors, and multiscale multiphysics analysis of nuclear fuel performance.
INL HPC computing resources are available to industry, universities, national laboratories, and federal agencies to support research and development. Access is generally granted for research related to the DOE Office of Nuclear Energy and INL’s mission focusing on nuclear energy development, workforce development, and education.
HPC access is provided to users that meet the INL HPC access and usage policy requirements. This policy supports access by industry, universities, and other users that are performing research and development that supports DOE and INL’s missions. The policy is available at:
Access and Usage Policy
To request access to the high performance computing resources, please apply here:
https://caims.inl.gov/Questions? Contact Stephanie Parker, firstname.lastname@example.org or 208-526-4292.
Questions? Contact Stephanie Parker, email@example.com or 208-526-4292.
Researchers who make use of INL's HPC resources should include the following standard acknowledgment in their publications and reports:
This research made use Idaho National Laboratory computing resources which are supported by the Office of Nuclear Energy of the U.S. Department of Energy and the Nuclear Science User Facilities under Contract No. DE-AC07-05ID14517.
To report problems accessing or using the INL HPC environment, please contact the INL Help Desk at208-526-1000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For other information regarding INL's HPC resources please contact Eric Whiting at Eric.Whiting@inl.gov or 208-526-1433.