- What is HPC?
- Who should use HPC?
- What resources are available for beginning and advanced users of HPC?
See the Request Access for information and instruction for gaining access to HPC.
- For research, NC State faculty members can request an HPC project. One HPC project for research is available per faculty member.
- For education, faculty may request an additional HPC project specifically for students enrolled in a course.
- The Request Access link also provides information on gaining access for students, staff, and partners at UNC Greensboro.
To manage or add additional Unity IDs to an existing project, or to request research storage, use the OIT Research Services web portal.
Proposals and Publications
Statement of available resources for proposals
Preferred citation for compute resources or consulting services
Please acknowledge compute resources as:
We acknowledge the computing resources provided by North Carolina State University High Performance Computing Services Core Facility (RRID:SCR_022168).
and acknowledge any significant user support resources as:
We also thank consultant name(s) for their assistance with (describe tasks such as porting, optimization, visualization, etc.).
Upcoming Events, Outreach, and Training
HPC training workshops
Basic use of the Hazel clusterThis all virtual, online introductory course gives an overview of using NC States's Hazel cluster for beginners. The class includes essential Linux commands, logging in, file transfer, storage options, running basic applications with simple job scripts, and submitting parallel jobs.
Quick Start TutorialThe Quick Start Tutorial covers the same basic material as the online workshop but is quickly accessible on the website.
HPC consultingSchedule a consultation, inquire about group specific training, or request assistance with using HPC in the classroom.
Past eventsSee a list of past events.
HPC Partner Program
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