[Micronet] UC Berkeley Research Computing (BRC) celebrates its launch on May 22, 2014
The UC Berkeley Research Computing (BRC) celebrates its launch on
Thursday, May 22, 2014 at 3:00 p.m. in Sutardja Dai Hall. This exciting
new program will help faculty and students with a range of computation
and data needs for both research and instruction. BRC will include
condo/institutional cluster (HPC) computing (in partnership with LBNL),
cloud computing support, and virtual workstations. BRC will also
develop a community of consultants from across campus departments to
share knowledge and better understand and meet faculty and students
needs over time.
At the event, Research IT will provide an overview of the program and
the partnership that supports it. Faculty will speak about their
research and how BRC can help to support research at Berkeley, including
Professors Eliot Quataert (Astrophysics), Rasmus Nielson (Integrative Biology), Cathryn Carson (History, and Social Sciences D-Lab), and Dave Culler (EECS). A short reception will follow.
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