Georgia Advanced Computing Resource Center (GACRC)
- The GACRC provides high performance computational (Sapelo2 cluster) and data storage resources for UGA faculty, students and staff.
- A Wiki site is available that contains multiple links that are helpful for answering most questions regarding GACRC and its resources.
- To access Sapelo2 resources, UGA faculty must first request creation of a lab account.
- The PI can add group members by submitting a User Account Form. Access to Sapelo2 can also be requested for non-UGA collaborators.
- All new Sapelo2 users must either complete a Sapelo2 training module or demonstrate proficiency with both Linux and the Slurm job scheduler.
- The GACRC also offers several training workshops including basic Linux, Python, R, and Perl.
- Teaching resources, including instructional accounts, are available.
- Proposal submission information and contacts for a faculty “Buy-In” program for prioritized access to computational resources are available.
- View the GACRC training video A Brief Intro to High Performance Computing.
- Geneious software is available through the IOB to UGA researchers, both on and off-campus.
- The GACRC maintains a large collection of scientific, engineering and business applications. After logging into Sapelo2, a list of currently available software can be viewed with the ml av command. New software requests can be made via the GACRC service catalog.
- UGA’s Enterprise Information Technology Services (EITS) distributes a number of software packages free to UGA employees, including Adobe, ChemOffice, EndNote, MatLab, Mathematica, Microsoft, and SPSS, to name a few.
- The University System of Georgia (USG) provides software for work and home at discounted prices through its Technology Store.