The OCCAM SuperComputer (from the name of the english franciscan friar William of Ockham, author of the a problem-solving principle "Occam's razor") - acronym of Open Computing Cluster for Advanced data Manipulation - it's an High Performance Computer designed and managed in collaboration between the University of Torino and the Sezione di Torino dell'Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare and funded by "Compagnia di San Paolo".

Main reference

M. Aldinucci, S. Bagnasco, S. Lusso, P. Pasteris, S. Rabellino, and S. Vallero. OCCAM: a flexible, multi- purpose and extendable HPC cluster. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 898(8):082039, 2017. [bibtex]

OCCAM Docs & Info

Everything you need to know about occam is described below: how to access, how to use, the main components and the current functional status:

OCCAM Gallery

Some picture of Occam: