Welcome to the Research Computing Wiki. Here you will find all of our documentation and a more technical, in-depth look at our computing resources. You can also visit our new, official Research Computing website.
Our mission is to foster research at RIT by partnering with researchers to support advanced research technology resources in computation, collaboration, and community building among RIT research faculty, staff and students. Our guiding principles are communication, collaboration, and service. We aim to know the researchers, their research, and their needs. We want to involve researchers in our planning process and communicate our capabilities and vision to researchers.
Our goals are to help researchers help themselves, collaborate on research projects, develop innovative technologies, provide core resources, and build a research user community.
|Guidance through the process of using research computing for research, including defining resource requirements, writing grant proposals, and utilizing collected data.|
Some additional information about the "new" RC Cluster (SPORC) can be found here: SPORC - Overview
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