The Department of Defense High Performance Computing Modernization Program (HPCMP) has a rich history of providing computational resources to the DoD Research and Development, Test, and Evaluation (RDT&E) and Acquisition Engineering (AE) communities. HPCMP users consistently demonstrate significant scientific and engineering achievements that address critical mission needs.  The Program plays an important role in helping the Department strengthen its scientific footprint by engaging with the next generation of STEM talent and current DoD mentors.

The HPCMP provides annual, summer research opportunities to students and faculty through the HPC Internship Program (HIP) and Faculty Immersion Experience. The HIP offers current students and recent graduates majoring in a STEM discipline, research opportunities to gain exposure to and experience with high-end computing (HEC).  The Faculty Immersion Experience provides significant opportunities for faculty members to strengthen DoD and academic collaboration, enhances research capabilities, and encourages broader university-level participation in HEC.  Participants of both programs are paired with DoD mentors for a 10-week on-site research experience.


More information can be found at the HPCMP Workforce Development Website