Large-scale computational resources
Research Computing is dedicated to enabling research, accelerating discovery, and spurring innovation at Arizona State University (ASU) through the application of advanced computational resources to grand challenges in science, engineering, and health. Offering a team of systems professionals, architects, scientific software engineers, and research facilitators, ASU Research Computing provides technical expertise in all areas of computing, including parallel computing, big data analytics, scientific visualization, high-speed networking, and cybersecurity. Research Computing provides ASU faculty and students access to accelerated high performance computing resources comprising:
- Over 34,000 CPU cores and over 580 GPU accelerators across two supercomputers
- 4PB research data storage platform for project-term data
- Dedicated virtual machines for specific research environments
- A FISMA high secure computing environment managed by a HIPAA Covered Entity, supporting computational research on sensitive data
Additionally, hands-on training, scientific software optimization, and proposal support round out Research Computing’s offerings.
Executive director, the Biodesign Institute
ASU associate professor and creator of the ThoTh Lab, a virtual, hands-on, computer science lab
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Do you need one-on-one assistance with your research project? Would you like to take advantage of our training and workshops? Are you applying for a funding opportunity and do you need help planning for your computational and storage needs?
Our experts provide ASU faculty, staff, students, and collaborators with research technology and sponsored project consulting services. Request a consultation and one of our technology experts will contact you to further discuss your needs or questions.