Bugle is a 5.7 Teraflops Blue Gene supercomputer used to explore the use of the Blue Gene architecture for QCD and related science applications, to develop the most highly optimized software that the architecture allows, and to utilize this system for fundamental QCD physics calculations.

This resource is used by MIT physicists including faculty, postdocs, graduate students and senior thesis students.

The project is funded by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).