Welcome to the Navy DSRC

The Navy DoD Supercomputing Resource Center (Navy DSRC) is a premier provider of high performance computing services and support to the United States Department of Defense scientists and engineers. It is one of five supercomputing centers established under the auspices of the Department of Defense (DoD) High Performance Computing Modernization Program (HPCMP). The Navy DSRC leverages high performance computers and a wealth of knowledge to greatly improve the computational research environment for DoD researchers. The center also provides leadership for HPCMP-wide functions including remote petascale data storage, enterprise systems monitoring, and remote system and database administration.

Recent News

HPC Help Desk - Important Notice to Users

Posted 03/23/2020

As of 1730 ET on Monday, 23 March 2020, the HPC Help Desk will be following social distancing procedures to ensure the health and safety of the staff.... Read more...

Navy DSRC Archive Server Migration

Posted 03/04/2020

The Navy DSRC Archive Server Migration to the new storage environment has completed on Wednesday, 4 March 2020.


Success Stories

  • Variational Data Assimilation

    Comparison between 3D-VAR and 4D-VAR from year-long experiments in the Okinawa Trough.

    3D and 4D variational systems were tested and/or transitioned to improving Navy capabilities of forecasting Ocean environments. The work on coupling the assimilation systems between the ocean, waves, atmosphere, and acoustics made progress to further improve the forecast skill of the ocean environment. Read More...

  • Coupled Ocean/Wav/Air/Ice Prediction System

    Coupled air/ocean/wave prediction systems can improve Navy forecasting.

    Coupled air/ocean/wave prediction systems can improve Navy forecasting via ASW performance, tropical cyclone prediction, search and rescue, and mission planning. Relocatable COAMPS-CICE systems to provide high-resolution Arctic forecasting of ice thickness, drift, and concentration for navigation. Read More...