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Introduction

 

High Performance Computing at Lewis & Clark

On the Lewis & Clark campus, High Performance Computing and Data Science efforts are supported in part by the Watzek Library's Digital Initiatives office. We have supported HPC both in the classroom and in a departmental research setting. Our support includes hardware administration, software support, and occasional algorithmic support, as well as other assistance. 

How can I Collaborate?

To get the ball rolling, please get in touch with Jeremy McWilliams, either by emailing jeremym@lclark.edu or blt-cluster@lclark.edu. After that, we like to have a meeting, either in person or virtually, to discuss what your specific needs will be. We offer real-time help over slack, and are willing to ensure our system has the software packages and modules you will need to use. Access to our computational resources is currently free.

Who can collaborate?

We are looking for collaborators who have a need for an HPC environment in which to perform data- or compute-intensive research, data science, big data, memory dependent, high throughput, or other high-performance computing related tasks, especially people who do not otherwise have access to HPC resources.