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Research Computing

Reporting to the Division of Information Technology, and working in close partnership with the Office of Research, the Research Computing program (RC) engages faculty and researchers across multiple colleges and campuses to help define and execute the research mission of the University of South Carolina. RC works with researchers to improve their project performance and secure computing resources not only at the university level but beyond, to National Labs and other high profile HPC resources. 

Phase III of the Hyperion HPC cluster is in production

USC Research Computing is pleased to announce that Phase III of the Hyperion High Performance Computing cluster has been installed, tested, configured, and placed into production.

Research Computing hosted an NSF ACCESS workshop on GPU Programming Using OpenACC

Research Computing hosted and NSF ACCESS workshop introducing OpenACC presented by the Pittsburgh Computing Center

USC joins IBM Quantum Hub

The University of South Carolina has joined the IBM Quantum Hub, giving access to twenty of IBM's quantum computing systems for commercial use and fundamental research.

Research Computing Researcher Awarded NEH Grant

Research Computing has been awarded a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities

Research Computing will have a listening table at Oktoberbest 2021

Research Computing Fall 2021 Workshop Series to be presented as part of the SHARPGrads program

Research Computing Fall 2021 Workshop Series to be presented as part of the SHARPGrads program

A New Era Begins for High Performance Computing at USC

A powerful new campus High Performance Computing (HPC) cluster, Hyperion, is available to faculty and students at the University of South Carolina.

IBM Donates Powerful AI Deep Learning Server to USC

IBM, a leader in Deep Learning and Data Analytics, has donated an OpenPOWER server to USC that has been integrated into the High Performance Computing environment.

Nvidia Donates GPU Hardware for Research and Virtual Reality Simulations

GPUs are becoming more prevalent in more open source and commercial applications..

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