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Researchers, we’ve packaged some of the most useful and relevant video tutorials here for you. Check out featured training videos on Linux, scripting & programming, and research-specific software. OrangeGrid & Matlab Help Docs Videos

Meet SUrge :-)

SUrge is SU’s new Graphic Processing Unit (GPU) computing cluster. It was developed to assist researchers with computational tasks that can take substantive advantage of the speed-up GPU-based processing can provide.

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Research Computing News

Setting Up Off-Campus Access to Research Computing Resources

Connecting to research computing resource from off-campus requires one of two approaches:” Approach One – Most commonly used – SU VPN From a Windows PC this is most easily done through the Syracuse University Remote Access (SURA) utility.  You can find information...

GPU Processing Has Arrived

Access the programming power of CUDA and OpenCL directly through SUrge or through OrangeGrid. What is a Graphics Processor Unit (GPU) Cluster and why was it developed? From Wikipedia: A GPU cluster is a computer cluster in which each node is equipped with a Graphics...

Fall 2016 Colloquies

Learn about Improving Scientific Innovation: A Data Science Perspective from Daniel Acuna and then later in the month Shikha Nangia speaks about Breaking Through the Blood-Brain Barrier.

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From our researchers

We used OrangeGrid to conduct many simulations of biological tissues. This simulation data helped us to make an exciting prediction about cells in the lungs of asthma patients.

M. Lisa Manning

Associate Professor, Physics, Syracuse University

OrangeGrid is a phenomenal resource and opens up a whole new range of computational problems that we can address… The more computational resources we have the more science we can do, that’s the bottom line.

Duncan Brown

Associate Professor of Physics, Syracuse University

With the help of the ITS staff who manage the Campus Grid, we have been able to accomplish some things that I was not anticipating when I started my position here.

Melissa A. Green

Assistant Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Syracuse University