The Extreme Scale Engineering and Discovery Environment (XSEDE) is an NSF-funded service that provides computing resources to institutions across the country. XSEDE is an open scientific discovery infrastructure combining leadership class resources at eleven partner sites to create an integrated, persistent computational resource.

ARC-TS participates in the XSEDE Campus Champion program, facilitating access to the organization’s resources. Contact Brock Palen for more information.

For general information on XSEDE, visit the XSEDE home page.

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Visit the XSEDE User Portal for information on getting an XSEDE allocation.

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