TACC Research: Community Services

Solutions for the Cyberinfrastructure Community

Cyberinfrastructure Systems

Solving the world's biggest problems requires the world's biggest solutions and TACC's advanced computing systems are among the most powerful in the world. These systems are fundamental to science and society, allowing researchers to push the boundaries of human knowledge and tackle the biggest scientific challenges we face today.

Faculty, students, and staff work collaboratively to develop campus-wide cloud computing expertise at UT via a program of research talks, training workshops, course offerings, and online documentation.
Superior, comprehensive scientific capabilities that provide research advantages that enable breakthrough results and impact science, attract superior faculty and students, and attract funding to UT System institutions.
Preston Broadfoot
pbroadfoot@utsystem.edu

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Cyberinfrastructure Community Services

In this day and age, conducting scientific research relies on the analysis and interpretation of tremendous amounts of data. To find meaning in this sea of information, researchers must first be able to organize, store, and share their data. Once data are stored, researchers are able to leverage the advances in data analysis and computing capabilities to enable the systems at TACC to bring understanding and structure to these complex problems and highlight interesting results.

Meeting the needs of faculty and researchers for data collection services, and contributing to the potential of data-driven research to make discoveries.
A real-time, 48-hour race between teams of undergraduate or high-school students to build and deploy small cluster computers on the exhibit floor at the annual SC conference.
A web interface for users to manage their TACC account, projects, and allocations.
Matthew Hanlon
email@tacc.utexas.edu
Superior, comprehensive scientific capabilities that provide research advantages that enable breakthrough results and impact science, attract superior faculty and students, and attract funding to UT System institutions.
Preston Broadfoot
pbroadfoot@utsystem.edu
A single virtual system that scientists can use to interactively share computing resources, data and expertise, including Replication Service, XSEDE Online Information, XSEDE User Portal, and XSEDE User Portal Mobile.