Copy

Farewell, Jim Wilgenbusch

 
After 13 years at Florida State University, our director, Jim Wilgenbusch, will leave Tallahassee to take a position as the Associate Director of the Minnesota Supercomputing Institute on the Minneapolis campus of the University of Minnesota.

After Jim’s departure in late June, Dr. Paul van der Mark will serve as the interim RCC director while representatives from several academic departments, the Office of Research and ITS conduct a search for a permanent director.

We are grateful for Jim’s dedication to the RCC and many contributions to its success and wish him and his family the best in their move to the Twin Cities. And remember, once a Nole always a Nole!

Full Story »

Events

Lunch and Learn
June 24

Duncan Sousa will discuss the Automated Electron Microscopy Pipeline.
Find out More »
MPI Workshop
July 10 - 31

Join us for a four-part MPI programing workshop.
Find out More »
Lunch and Learn
July 22

Come learn more about NoleStor cloud storage.
Find out More »

Welcome, Summer Interns

We are excited to have seven students from the Department of Scientific Computing working with the RCC this summer.  RCC interns are involved with everything from racking hardware to helping write software for research applications.

More about Interships »

New Software: Tuning and Analysis Utilities

Tuning and Analysis Utilities (TAU) is now available on HPC login nodes.

TAU is a powerful performance analysis and tracing tool for parallel applications created with Fortran, Python, Java, C++, C and many other programming languages.  It provides visual analysis tools for evaluating time spent on each function, subroutine, loop, or phase; measuring speed (FLOPS); finding memory leaks in C/C++ code; and much, much more.

TAU Documentation »

Spotlight: Storm Risk Center

When it comes to hurricanes, it’s only a matter of time before the next big storm strikes Florida.  That’s one reason why, in 2007, Florida’s Legislature created The Florida Catastrophic Storm Risk Management Center at Florida State University.

The Center uses the RCC's SKY system to host a clearinghouse for research and information related to storm risk.


Read More »

Contact

Research Computing Center
Florida State University
400 Dirac Science Library
TallahasseeFL 32306

support@rcc.fsu.edu

Stay in Touch


Newsletter

We send this monthly eNews to all RCC users and those who sign up via our website.

Forward to a friend
Add us to your address book

Copyright © 2014 Research Computing Center All rights reserved