Richard AmeeleWhat areas of Research Computing do you work with here at Syracuse University?

I work with the Linux infrastructure components of Crush and OrangeGrid
such as HTCondor, and our interface with the Open Science Grid.

What other responsibilities do you have on the SU campus?

I manage the Core Infrastructure UNIX group within Information and
Technology Services.

How did you get started in Research Computing?

I joined Syracuse University’s Research Computing effort to assist with
applying ITS technical resources to the OrangeGrid project.

What do you find most interesting about Research Computing?

I find it most interesting to see people from very diverse backgrounds
across Syracuse University and beyond bringing different technologies
together in unique ways to perform research.

What’s the biggest misconception about RC or HPC in general?


If you could give RC users one piece of advice what would it be?

If you have a technology challenge, come find us. We look forward to
creating new relationships with the research community.