High Performance Computing (HPC) at the University of Connecticut exists to advance the university's research mission. The HPC facility on the Storrs campus services all of UConn's researchers, with a focus on tightly-coupled computational problems capable of scaling from a single computer to hundreds of compute nodes. The HPC facility on the Farmington campus is similarly available to all UConn researchers, with a focus on bioinformatics, genomics, and other data-intensive computational problems. Use the links below to explore more details about these computational facilities, and other supporting activities.
- Globus Connect - Web-based data transfer
- UConn Github - Private source code version control
- 50GB data storage - Access your UConn P: drive for free data storage
- UConn Skybox - Use UConn software in a virtual lab
- UConn Software - Browse UConn's available software licenses
- Remote Access - Connect to HPC from off campus
- XSEDE - External large-scale HPC resources