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NSCC Singapore was established in 2015 and manages Singapore’s first national petascale facility with available high performance computing (HPC) resources. As a National Research Infrastructure funded by the National Research Foundation (NRF), we support the HPC research needs of the public and private sectors, including research institutes, institutes of higher learning (IHLs), government agencies and companies.

Press Release

30 June 2020 - HPC-AI Advisory Council and ISC Group Announce Winners of the 9th Annual Student Cluster Competition

The HPC-AI Advisory Council (HPCAIAC) in collaboration with the ISC Group revealed the teams topping the 2020 leaderboard for the ninth annual ISC-HPCAIAC Student Cluster Competition (SCC). Competitors hailed from eleven different locations around the world, with a total of eighty-two students taking part in the 2020 competition. The National Supercomputing Centre (NSCC) Singapore provided HPC system resources that allowed the international teams to coordinate and demonstrate their proposed solutions to complex real-world scenarios in a completely virtual setting.

Project Call

Call for Research Projects (Jan’21 Cycle)

NSCC Singapore is pleased to announce the next Call for Projects Proposal for the January 2021 cycle. Since July 2017, NSCC has allocated resources on a per-project basis to users who require resources beyond the personal quota of 50 GB storage and 100,000 CPU core hours for the ASPIRE 1 supercomputer. Also available for use is the [email protected] Platform. This platform is deployed in support of AI Singapore (AISG), a national programme set up to drive AI adoption, research and innovation in Singapore. The system consisting of six DGX-1 nodes are meant for projects that focus on AI research with the particular novelty on scale and/or throughput breakthrough. NSCC is now accepting project proposals for allocating resources to the AI System.


[NSCC Webinar Series] - The Crucial Role of Supercomputing in Weather and Climate Science

Research in weather and climate science plays a crucial role in improving understanding, and building resilience against the impacts of extreme weather events and a changing climate. Since the earliest days of numerical weather prediction (NWP) at the start of the 20th century, where ‘human computers’ were proposed to predict the weather, there has been a close tie between climate and computational science.


Join us for a session with Dr. Dale Barker, Director of Centre for Climate Research Singapore, Meteorological Service Singapore, National Environment Agency (NEA), as he shares insights on the climate challenge and the crucial role supercomputers have in weather and climate science.