ARC is looking for you!
Advanced Research Computing (www.arc.vt.edu) has an open graduate research assistant position for user support / help desk in support of High Performance Computing resources.
For more information, click here .
What can ARC do for you?
To view posters by GRA's Umar Kalim and Di Zhang, click the following links:
HPC Day, April 6, 2015
ARC hosted their second annual HPC day on April 6th at the Inn at Virginia Tech! For the agenda, the poster session winners, and for more information please click here.
Click here to view pictures of this event.
ARC's collaborations with Computer Science faculty are highlighted in a recent, Microsoft commercial that is airing nation-wide: The VT article with links to the YouTube videos is here, showing Dr. Feng and hist students exploring MPIBlast results with the immersive, embodied and high-resolution displays of the Visionarium Lab.
NSF grant for visualizing radio spectrum
ARC's partnership with Wireless@VT has recently yielded a new NSF grant for visualizing radio spectrum! Click here to read the article.
Help Desk GRA Office Hours Spring 2015
January 29, 2015
ARC provides GRA office hours to assist with system and software problems. Click here for more information.
Visionarium Open House Spring 2015
March 4, 2015
Are you interested in the immersive experience? Have you ever wondered how you could incorporate visualization into your classroom, research, or studies? Come visit the Visionarium Open House! The ARC staff will be available to run demos and answer questions in Torgersen 3050 on Tuesdays from 3:30-5 and Wednesdays from 1-2:30 pm all semester long!
HPC Day, April 11, 2014
April 11, 2014
As the breadth and impact of High Performance Computing (HPC), Bioinformatics, and Visualization continue to grow, Virginia Tech is proud to host an inaugural day-long event to connect the campus community in a computational commonwealth. The program will include tours, short research talks, keynote addresses, and a poster session. Click here for more information.
BlueRidge Expanded with Intel MIC (Xeon Phi) Coprocessors
February 11, 2014
The computational capacity of BlueRidge, ARC's flagship cluster, has been significantly enhanced through the addition of Intel MIC coprocessors. This new hardware presents exciting new opportunities for Virginia Tech's researchers. For more information, click here.
Spring 2014 NLI Short Courses
January 13, 2014
This spring, ARC will offer fifteen short courses through Virginia Tech Networked Learning Initiatives (NLI), formerly Faculty Development Institute (FDI). These courses will generally be held on Tuesday and Thursday afternoon from 2:00-3:15 in Torgersen 3060. Users can enroll through NLI here. Click here for course descriptions and registration information.
ARC is Hiring!
December 5, 2013
ARC is growing its team to support the cutting-edge computational science and engineering of our faculty and students. We are seeking talented candidates for three positions: Director of High Performance Computing, Computational Scientist (High Performance Visualization), and Computational Scientist (High Performance Computing). Click here for positions descriptions and how to apply.
ARC at SC13
November 18-22, 2013
ARC shared a booth with the University of Virginia at SC13, the International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, and Storage Analysis, in Denver, Colorado. The booth highlighted work being done on ARC's resources and by ARC's personnel. For more information, click here.
Advanced Research Computing at Virginia Tech is a unit within the Office of the Vice President of Information Technology devoted to maintaining, advancing, and providing support to large-scale research computing systems in the university.