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.

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Mini-course: Introduction to Python — Sept. 11-14

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Asst. Prof. Emanuel Gull, Physics, is offering a mini-course introducing the Python programming language in a four-lecture series. Beginners without any programming experience as well as programmers who usually use other languages (C, C++,…

Info sessions on graduate studies in computational and data sciences — Sept. 21 and 25

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Learn about graduate programs that will prepare you for success in computationally intensive fields — pizza and pop provided The Ph.D. in Scientific Computing is open to all Ph.D. students who will make…

HPC training workshops begin Thursday, Sept. 21

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A series of training workshops in high performance computing will be held Sept. 21 through Oct. 31, 2017, presented by CSCAR in conjunction with Advanced Research Computing – Technology Services (ARC-TS)….

Flux HPC Blog: Querying data with SparkSQL

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SparkSQL is a way for people to use SQL-like language to query their data with ease while taking advantage of the speed of Spark, a fast, general engine for data…

September 21 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Introduction to the Linux Command Line

This course will familiarize the student with the basics of accessing and interacting with Linux computers using the GNU/Linux operating system’s Bash shell, also generically referred to as “the command…

September 22 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

MIDAS Seminar: Jimmy Soni & Rob Goodman, authors of “A Mind at Play: How Claude Shannon Invented the Information Age”

Authors Jimmy Soni and Rob Goodman will talk about their new book on U-M alum Claude Shannon: “A Mind at Play: How Claude Shannon Invented the Information Age.” The talk will…

September 28 @ 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Introduction to the Flux cluster and batch computing

Overview This workshop will provide a brief overview of the components of the Flux Cluster. The main body of the workshop will cover the resource manager and scheduler, creating submissions…

October 2 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Introduction to the Flux cluster and batch computing

Overview This workshop will provide a brief overview of the components of the Flux Cluster. The main body of the workshop will cover the resource manager and scheduler, creating submissions…

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Flux /scratch is back in operation; we are still investigating its performance. 

ARC-TS Highlights

Yottabyte, U-M partner on new cloud service

The Yottabyte Research Cloud will stand up customized and secure computing environments quickly and efficiently.

MDST team

Flux cluster now available to undergraduates

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.

ARC-TS Associate Director Brock Palen talks about ConFlux cluster

At OpenPOWER Summit

Winter HPC maintenance completed

Flux and Armis recently underwent significant maintenance and upgrades. Please check our Twitter feed for status updates.

Close up of Armis cluster

Introducing Armis

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.

OSiRIS project extends network to Utah

Demonstration at SC’16

The Open Storage Research InfraStructure (OSiRIS) project, led by U-M and including three other universities, extended its innovative Big Data storage and networking system to Salt Lake City for the Supercomputing 16 conference.