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Computational Physics Laboratory

The Computational Physics Laboratory (CPL) was established five years ago to provide computing facilities for the undergraduate and graduate researches of the Physics Department.

It is also the first to build a Beowulf cluster system in MSU-IIT intended for parallel computations, molecular modeling & simulations, and high-energy physics simulations.

An extension to this laboratory is the Computational High Energy Physics (IITCompHEP) Laboratory which houses the most powerful computers of the Physics Department. Most Joint Linear Collider (JLC) simulation researches are done in this laboratory. Several researches in this laboratory are published nationally as well as in international publications.


The Iligan Institute of Technology Computational High Energy Physics (IITCompHEP) Laboratory aims to promote the advancement of Computational Science, specifically in fields strongly related to Physics such as in the sphere of High Energy Physics. It also seeks to mold and produce scientifically-oriented, highly-qualified and internationally competitive computational high energy physicists. It also endeavors to keep collaborative researches and publish papers both locally and internationally.


To promote IITCompHEP Laboratory as a center-of-excellence research institution in Computational Physics and Computational High-Energy Physics through active involvement and participation in hosting local and international conferences and workshops.

To produce valuable and feasible researches in Computational Physics and Computational High-Energy Physics through collaborative research works between IITCompHEP and other local and international computational laboratories.

To develop and enhance computational technology as output of collective researches that will provide a link between research institutions and industries.

To publish quality researches, both locally and internationally, in computational physics and computational high-energy physics.

To assist in some researches for the upcoming Joint Linear Collider facility in Asia.


To develop skills in computer programming applications to Physics, specially in the field of High Energy Physics.

To develop software needed to aid IITHEP Laboratory Data Analysis.

To develop and maintain a productive environment for research in Computational Physics

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