How does CROMIUM support research and HPC at UM?

The primary focus of CROMIUM is on graduate and undergraduate research and training, as well as maximizing the effectiveness of HPC resources on campus. Tremendous advances in computer technology provide most academic disciplines with opportunities for research and education not feasible just a few years ago.

Research efforts and products (peer-reviewed publications, conference presentations, successful student outcomes at the undergraduate and graduate levels, postdoctoral training, patents, etc.) from individual CROMIUM members generate external funding and scientific/scholarly contributions that impact the Memphis community, the Mid-South region, and the entire United States. Many CROMIUM faculty carry out successful international collaborations as well.

Can I join CROMIUM?

All faculty and staff at the University of Memphis who are research-active in any area of applied computational science are invited to join. For more information, please contact the Director of CROMIUM, Dr. Nathan DeYonker.