HPC software

The list includes software applications installed on the HPC cluster that are available to registered HPC users (after filling in the application form). If the software you need is not on the list, contact us and we will consider the installation possibilities.

If you want to receive examples of program execution scripts, contact HPC Centre by email hpc@rtu.lv.


Scientific software

COMSOL Multiphysics (v 5.1)

MathWorks MATLAB (v R2015a, R2015b, R2016a).

Network Simulator 2 (v 2.34)

Scilab  (v 5.4)

NAMD (v 2.9)

GAMESS (v March 2012)

GROMACS (v 4.6.3)

OpenFoam (v 2.4.0)

Peridigm (v 14.1)

Blender (v 2.7)


Agisoft Photoscan

Programming languages/compilers/tools

GCC C++ (v 4.4.7)

GCC gfortran (v 4.4.7)

GCC java (v 4.4.7)

GNAT GCC Ada (v 4.4.7)

Perl (v 5.10.1)

CUDA Toolkit (v 7.0 and 7.5)

Intel Cluster Studio (v 2013)

Python (v 2.6 and 2.7.5)

MPI libraries

OpenMPI (v 1.10.3)

mvapich2 (v 2.2a)

Intel MPI (v 4.0.3)

MATLAB Distributed Computing Server

MATLAB Distributed Computing Server (MDCS) virtually expands the computing resources (number of CPU, storage capacity, disc space) available to MATLAB by providing access to workers (MATLAB computational engines) that run on the computer cluster.

Intel Parallel Studio

Intel Parallel Studio is mainly used for the development of parallel programs for high-performance computing (HPC) systems. The tools can be used for developing not only HPC programs but also high-speed programs for personal computers. For example, Intel C++, Fortran compilers and Intel MKL math libraries are widely used for developing not only parallel but also serial programs and are all tuned for Intel processors.


CUDA is a programming model for Nvidia graphical processing units (GPU). HPC cluster has six Tesla M2070 and eight Tesla K40 GPU. CUDA C++/Fortran programming libraries are available upon logging into the RTU HPC cluster server (instruction is available here).