UITS Research Computing will provide central resources and support to complement and extend college and departmental resources in order to provide the UA research community with a range and depth of CyberInfrastructure appropriate to a world class research university.
UA Research Computing includes High Performance Computing (HPC) and High Throughput Computing (HTC) systems, dense high capacity data storage, a 3D immersive visualization facility, and consulting services for HPC/HTC, visualization and statistics through UITS Research Computing Support (RCS) services. Combining all of these resources enables breakthrough results that would have been impossible only a decade ago. For more information visit Research Computing
Matching Your Needs
RCS works closely with individual researchers and teams to determine each project’s requirements to design custom solutions encompassing hardware, software, automation of tasks, and complete operational support. RCS excels in matching research needs with resources.
The University of Arizona’s mature, comprehensive HPC/HTC capability creates a competitive advantage for the University when recruiting esteemed faculty and preferred students. With enhanced HPC/HTC cyberinfrastructure and related consulting services, the UA leverages research competitiveness and leadership in computationally intensive research areas.
The governance structure of centrally-funded research computing resources is a collaboration of faculty, staff and University Information Technology Services, defining use policy for resource access and standard procedures. The policies and procedures are monitored and updated by the governance body while the resources are administered, maintained, and supported by UITS Client and Infrastructure Services.
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