High Performance Computing Laboratory

4 East Alumni Ave., Kingston, RI 02881

– 401.874.5880

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      The High Performance Computing Laboratory (HPCL) was founded in 1992 with the research focus on high performance computer architecture, computer network, storage architecture, parallel and distributed processing, embedded computer systems,  and computer applications. Since its founding, the lab has drawn a great amount of supports from federal funding agencies such as National Science Foundation,  Office of Naval Research, National Institute of Health, and others. Numerous high quality papers have been published in technical journals and computer conferences. Many students have graduated with PhD and MS degrees who are leaders in academic research and computer industry. Research innovations generated from this lab have resulted in numerous patents, copyrights, and successful start up companies.

Recent Media Coverage

  1. From innovation to successful company
  2. Faster computers for a faster world
  3. Helping people improving their quality of life
  4. Engineering Professor Qing Yang formed a company to commercialize several of his patents
  5. Three Startups from URI — Boston Business Journal
  6. Protecting your smart phones

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