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BigDog Will Become BigDawg on April 27th.

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Welcome to Research Computing

The Research Computing and Cyberinfrastructure (RCC) group within the Office of Information Technology supports computationally intense research activities for the University. Our primary resource is BigDog, the University’s high-performance computing cluster. This 34.7 TeraFLOP supercomputer offers computing speeds comparable to the fastest academic supercomputers in the world—the only difference being our system is smaller than some of these mega-clusters. Unlike many larger institutions where supercomputer time is limited, projects are vetted, and run-time is scheduled, SIU provides access to BigDog to all researchers and supervised students as requested and free of charge.

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Access for Researchers

Learn about BigDog requirements, appropriate use, and requesting access.

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Access for
Faculty

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Access for
Students

Learn about BigDog requirements, appropriate use, and requesting access.

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Bigdog Specs

See the computational specifications for BigDog.

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Project Ideas

See how other researchers use supercomputers.

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Resources

Learn about Xsede and additional RCC resources.

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