Advanced Research Computing
Supporting the academic strengths of the University research community.
Our High Performance Computing (HPC) facilities consists of over 3700 cores of Intel and AMD compute capacity and over 300TB of data storage split across two facilities, ARC1 and ARC2.
The ARC team provide a number of training courses, from 'Getting started with HPC' through to courses on advanced parallel programming techniques
As well as managing and maintaining the university HPC facilities, the Advanced Research Computing team also provides a wide range of user support, consultancy and training resources.
We support work right across the university research community and hold regular user group meetings and an annual conference where users share their experiences and research.