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College of Arts & Sciences
Computing and Information Technology

About us

The Research Computing Center (RCC) advances scholarship and is dedicated to enabling research by providing high performance computing and visualization resources, access to software, workshops, one-on-one consulting with domain experts, and complete data management strategies to researchers across all departments and divisions within the College of Arts and Sciences.

Research computing will bring a profound effect on all disciplines. And the RCC staff will work side by side with faculty, scientists and researchers in the arts, humanities, and sciences to drive such advances.

Research Computing, within the College of Arts and Sciences and the Office of Vice President for Research, is guided by Associate Dean for Research Prof. Hanno Zur Loye and advised by the Information Technology Advisory Committee (ITAC).