Advanced Research Computing – Technology Services provides access to and support for the use of advanced computing resources that enable powerful approaches to research challenges in a wide range of fields.
Several University of Michigan researchers and research IT staff made presentations at the SC16 conference in Salt Lake City Nov. 13-17. Material from many of the talks is now available for…
To accommodate upgrades to software and operating systems, Flux, Armis, and their storage systems (/home and /scratch) will be unavailable starting at 9am Saturday, January 7th, returning to service on…
NVIDIA has launched its 16th Annual Graduate Fellowship Program, which awards grants and technical support to graduate students who are doing outstanding GPU-based research. This year NVIDIA is especially seeking doctoral students pushing…
The GLCPC (Great Lakes Consortium for Petascale Computation) recently posted its call for proposals. Researchers from member institutions (including the University of Michigan) are eligible to apply for a Blue…
December 9 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Bio: Ann S. Almgren is an applied mathematician who works as a staff scientist and acting group leader of the Center for Computational Sciences and Engineering at the Lawrence Berkeley National…
December 12 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Users of high performance computing resources are invited to meet ARC-TS HPC operators and support staff in person. There is not a set agenda; come at anytime and stay as long as…
Service available at no cost
Under ARC-TS’s new Flux for Undergraduates program, student groups and individuals with faculty sponsors can access Flux for free.
HIPAA-aligned HPC cluster
The new Armis cluster, when used with the Turbo Research Storage service, allows for the storage and analysis of data governed by HIPAA backed by the power of high performance computing.
Flux capacity increased
Seventh generation nodes added Feb. 2016
As part of regular upgrades to our high performance computing resources, ARC-TS has increased the capacity of the Flux HPC cluster.
These newest (seventh generation) nodes include:
- 167 Standard Flux nodes with 24 cores and 128 GB RAM each
- 4 Large Memory Flux nodes with 56 cores and 1.5 TB RAM each
- Connected via EDR (100 Gbps) Infiniband
- Adds a total of 4,232 cores and 27 TB RAM to Flux.