HPC Systems Administrator Baylen Brus (left) and Student Systems Administrator Trey Godbolt attended the Practice & Experience in Advanced Research Computing (PEARC19) conference in Chicago, Illinois July 28-August 1.
Did you know it's possible to purchase dedicated compute nodes within the Argon high-performance computing (HPC) cluster? Dedicated compute nodes and graphics processing units (GPUs) are available in a variety of strengths and configurations. For more information, visit this page. Questions?
High-performance computing (HPC) for research is notorious for having steep barriers to entry. For this reason, high-tech disciplines were early adopters, have used the most cycles and typically drove hardware and software purchasing decisions.
“Having UI Compliance Officer Gabriella Perez in this dedicated role benefits researchers who, with her help, are becoming more effective stewards of research data; they’re also able to write more competitive grant proposals,” says Research Services Director Ben Rogers. “These combined efforts strengthen the university’s overall compliance posture,” he added.