TACC’s offices are located in the Advanced Computing Building (ACB, Building 205) and the Research Office Complex (ROC, Building 196) on the J.J. Pickle Research Campus (PRC) of The University of Texas at Austin.
Texas Advanced Computing Center
Advanced Computing Building (ACB)
J.J. Pickle Research Campus, Building 205
10100 Burnet Rd (R8700)
Austin, TX 78758
UT Austin Campus Mail Code: R8700
Main Phone: 512-475-9411
The loading dock is located on the southeast corner (back) of ROC 196. Please pull into the loading area, and dial 512-475-9410 for assistance.
From the Burnet Road entrance, continue past the guard booth (you don’t need to stop), pass the chain link gate to Exploration Way, then make a right. ACB is the second to last building on the right with the overhanging patios. From the Braker Lane entrance, ACB is the second building on the left with the overhanging patios (10505 Exploration Way).
When you arrive at ACB, you may park in the covered parking lot or on the street. Please obtain a parking pass from one of the kiosks, or you may use the ParkMobile app (zone 96113). Please check in with the receptionist when you enter the building.
TACC’s Vislab is located on the main campus in the Peter O’Donnell Building for Applied Computational Engineering and Sciences (POB), Room 2.404a. The POB is located on the Southeast corner of Speedway and 24th Street (201 East 24th Street).
We recommend that you park in the San Jacinto garage located on San Jacinto, north of 24th Street. Visit the POB website for more information.
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MetroRapid Route 803 Burnet/South Lamar has a bus stop located on the Pickle Research Campus. Students, faculty, and staff ride free with their UT ID, or a $3/day unlimited riding pass is available for purchase onboard the bus. MetroRapid service is offered seven days a week.
The CapMetro Rail 550 Red Line stops nearby the Pickle Research Campus at Kramer station. The train can be accessed from downtown. View the schedule.