Computational Resources For Researchers
ITaP Research Computing provides advanced computational resources and services to support Purdue faculty and staff researchers. We also conduct our own research and development to enhance the capabilities of these resources.
News & Events
RCAC summer interns get real world high-performance computing experience
September 22, 2022
Oct. 4 Cyberinfrastructure Symposium to feature keynote address from AMD’s chief technology officer
October 4, 2022 9:00am - 5:00pm EDT
RCAC and NVIDIA Present - Using GPUs with Python (Link correction)
September 15, 2022
Updated: September 15, 2022 4:32pm EDT
Forging The Future of Computing
Anvil is a powerful new supercomputer, available through the NSF's Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE), that will provide advanced computing capabilities to support a wide range of computational and data-intensive research spanning from traditional high-performance computing to modern artificial intelligence applications.
Not only do we provide access to leading-edge computational and data storage systems, we also provide expertise in a broad range of high-performance computing activities from algorithm design and development of effective computing techniques to education and consultation.
Purchase access to world-class computational clusters at a fraction of the cost by joining in an ITaP Community Cluster. Dedicated HPC resources without wasting your researchers' time doing IT, and at lower prices from vendors thanks to the larger negotiating power of the community through ITaP. Ask us for a trial node!
Store, transfer, manipulate, and archive research data at all scales. Regardless of where your data is simulated or analyzed, ITaP provides a variety of research storage and data transfer resources. Scratch storage spaces for cluster users, and archival or Data Depot working storage are available to all Purdue researchers.
Bring in our expertise to help your researchers create or modify software to take advantage of the latest technologies in advanced computation, provide resources to educate future HPC professionals and scientists, collaborate with faculty on grant proposals, help navigate and access XSEDE resources, and more.