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High Performance Computing

There are several High Performance Computing (HPC) clusters available for faculty research at Yale. These clusters are a shared Linux environment with most of the popular applications, compilers and programs to support your research. 

Who can use it?

The HPC clusters are available for faculty Biomedical Research, as well as the Faculty of Arts & Sciences (FAS). Faculty members in the Professional Schools can submit a proposal for review. Most modest sized requests are granted.  Research Scientist, Post-Docs and students should have a faculty sponsor for their research.

How much does it cost?

In general, there is no charge for the usage of the clusters. There are job schedulers and queing policies to assure a "fair share" usage of the HPC resources.

How do I get it?

To request access to HPC resources, click here.
 
If you would like to learn more about HPC resources or require support, please email hpc@yale.edu.

Where can I get help?

If you would like to learn more about the clusters, software availablility and scheduling, please visit the online help.

Please submit all requests/problems/questions to hpc@yale.edu.

Related policies and procedures

You can not store any sensitive, personal, private, protected or ePHI data on the HPC clusters.  This includes HIPAA restricted and 3-lock data.

High Performance Computing

Service manager: 
Paul Gluhosky
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There are several High Performance Computing (HPC) clusters available for faculty research at Yale. These clusters are a shared Linux environment with most of the popular applications, compilers and programs to support your research. 

There are several High Performance Computing (HPC) clusters available for faculty research at Yale. These clusters are a shared Linux environment with most of the popular applications, compilers and programs to support your research. 

Who can use it?: 

The HPC clusters are available for faculty Biomedical Research, as well as the Faculty of Arts & Sciences (FAS). Faculty members in the Professional Schools can submit a proposal for review. Most modest sized requests are granted.  Research Scientist, Post-Docs and students should have a faculty sponsor for their research.

How much does it cost?: 

In general, there is no charge for the usage of the clusters. There are job schedulers and queing policies to assure a "fair share" usage of the HPC resources.

How do I get it?: 

To request access to HPC resources, click here.
 
If you would like to learn more about HPC resources or require support, please email hpc@yale.edu.

Where can I get help?: 

If you would like to learn more about the clusters, software availablility and scheduling, please visit the online help.

Please submit all requests/problems/questions to hpc@yale.edu.

Related policies and procedures: 
You can not store any sensitive, personal, private, protected or ePHI data on the HPC clusters.  This includes HIPAA restricted and 3-lock data.
3-lock data compliant: 
no