Access to computer systems at the MGHPCC is coordinated by the research groups and research computing groups that operate them. You can use the links below to learn more about available computing, storage, and networking resources at the MGHPCC, and how to gain access. If you are not at one of the five founding universities there are several options available for using resources at the MGHPCC. Please visit the Shared Resources page. If you would like to learn more, or have other questions not answered by the web site, you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
|The Research Computing Services group (RCS) at Boston University administers advanced, multiprocessor supercomputing systems for research computing. These systems are available to all University faculty, their students, and their collaborators for research and for educational use in courses related to computational science.
Email – email@example.com
Web – http://www.bu.edu/tech/support/research
|The Research Computing Group at Harvard’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences provides technology services to support Harvard’s research community, including application support, access to the 60,000 processor Odyssey cluster, and 15 petabytes of data storage for lab groups.
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Web – https://rc.fas.harvard.edu
|The MGHPCC facility and services are available to all MIT PIs, for housing research computing hardware. The facility hosts a range of hardware, spanning individual PI to institute wide activities.
Email – email@example.com
Web – http://researchcomputing.mit.edu/facilities/mghpcc
|The ITS Research Computing group provides high-end research computing resources to Faculty, Students, Staff, Researchers, Visiting Scholars, and Partners at Northeastern University. These resources include high performance computing (HPC) clusters, storage, visualization tools, and software as well as high-level technical and scientific user support, consulting, education, and training.
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Web – http://northeastern.edu/rc
|The five campuses of the University of Massachusetts are the “consortium within the consortium” at the MGHPCC offering a shared high performance computing cluster service to all UMass researchers, a condo service that provides system management and scheduling for researcher-owned hardware, and a co-lo service that provides hosting and network access for research groups that operate their own hardware.
Email – email@example.com
Web – http://www.umassp.edu/research