The RCC's August 2013 newsletter is now out. What's inside?
The Research Computing Centre (RCC) is a central unit, under the Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research. The RCC provides coordinated management and support of the University's sustained and substantial investment in supercomputers, tera-scale data archives, visualisation and network connections, together with coordinated research user support. The RCC ensures that research computing infrastructure at UQ is research engaged, usable, and delivers value to researchers.
The RCC provides university-wide computational infrastructure and support services serving all faculties and institutes at UQ. Specific returns for staff and students include a focal point for accessing HPC and data infrastructure and support services, access to educational and training programs, a vehicle for research collaborations requiring advanced computing resources or techniques, and access to advice and help in using the systems, in computational methods, in data workflows and in analysing and visualising results.