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Intelligent processing for intelligent research

Research Computing at Arizona State University is a leading academic supercomputing facility. We provide high-performance, device- and platform-agnostic computing environments to support your research data needs.

Our experts provide ASU faculty, staff, students and collaborators with research technology and sponsored project consulting services.

ASU also houses a Big Data Analytics Engine that uses a Hadoop cluster with enough nodes and bandwidth for advanced data analysis and machine learning.

Stop by our open office hours every Tuesday and Wednesday from 1–4 p.m. in GWC 546 to meet our HPC experts in person or request a consultation below and one of our HPC experts will contact you to further discuss your needs or questions.  Our summer open office hours are every Tuesday from 1-4 p.m. in GWC 546.

 

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Additional information
 

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Text that you can use to fulfill the NSF's requirements for grant proposals

 

 

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User testimonials
 

Joshua LaBaer

Executive director, the Biodesign Institute

 

 

Dijiang Huang

ASU associate professor and creator of the ThoTh Lab, a virtual, hands-on, computer science lab