What is Research Computing Infrastructure (RCI)?
The Research Computing Infrastructure subcommittee of the Research Information Systems Steering Team reviews researcher requests for high performance computing resources and file storage. RCI leverages specialized training and offers guidance through policy to support researcher education and use of computing resources.
Why would you need to use Research Computing Infrastructure (RCI)?
Access to high performance computing resources and file storage
Request access to CPU and GPU services (high performance computing), data storage services and software for research purposes.
Complete specialized training through BuckeyeLearn that increases understanding of high performance computing terminology, hardware and access and job management.
Access policy and procedural guidance to inform decision-making and aid execution of biomedical research.
What services does RCI grant access to?
Are RCI meetings open to non-voting members?
What are training requirements to access OSC services?
When does RCI meet?
Who can access College of Medicine dedicated compute services?
Who do I contact with questions about RCI?