A number of DLC groups operate dedicated computational resources for their own communities. Over time the number of DLC focussed resources has been falling with growing participation in campus wide shared resources with PI priority capabilities. However, there are still some sizable DLC resources available to some groups.
TIG Shared Computing
TIG shared computing, operated by the CSAIL infrastructure group, consists of an Openstack cluster and a Slurm cluster for general use by members of CSAIL. The Openstack environment supports full virtual machines. The Slurm cluster supports Singularity as a container engine for Docker containers. Additional compute and storage resources can be purchased by PIs to support group specific needs.
Further information and support is available at email@example.com.
Openmind is a shared cluster for Brain and Cognitive Science research at MIT.
- Compute power: Several hundred GPU cards and just under 2000 CPU cores.
- Hardware access: The cluster resources are managed by the Slurm scheduler which provides support for batch, interactive and reservation based use.
- Software: The Singularity container system is available for executing custom Docker images.
Further information and support is available from firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Laboratory for Nuclear Science in Physics operates computing resources that are available to researchers within LNS.
Further information and support is available from email@example.com.
The MIT Kavli Institute operates a cluster for astrophysics research. The cluster uses the Slurm resource scheduler and is available for use by Kavli researchers.
Koch operates a bioinformatics facility which specializes in processing needs of computational biologists.