Spring 2015 UFRC Training Schedule

The Spring 2015 Research Computer training schedule is now available. No registration is required, but many classes require a RC user account and a laptop to follow along with examples.

Winter Break 2014 – Reduced support service levels

Beginning Friday, December 19th, 2014 at 5:00 pm through Sunday, January 4th, 2015, Research Computing will operate with reduced support levels for the UF Winter Break. This is to allow the staff to take well-deserved time off after another intense year… Read More

SSERCA-DDN Webinar at Supercomputing 2014

Director of UF Research Computing, Erik Deumens, recently attended Supercomputing 2014 in New Orleans, where he spoke about the collaborative research storage project that Research Computing has been working on together with DDN. Link to Webinar Video:  SSERCA-DDN-webinar-deumens-Oct2014 Other members of… Read More

Webinar: Advancing Sequencing and Genotype Analysis

The latest in bioinformatics analysis and tools for analyzing GWAS and next-generation DNA sequencing data will be covered in this Webinar. Details: Date: Friday, September 19th, 2014 Time: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT Presenter: Bryce Christensen, Ph.D., Statistical Geneticist,… Read More

Matlab r2014a now available

The Research Computing center now has Matlab r2014a available on the cluster. r2014a has been setup as the default version of Matlab that will appear when it is used on the cluster. In order to use older versions of matlab,… Read More

Four new publications posted this week

This week four new publications were posted on the Research Computing website from the Chemical Engineering department. The list of papers is as follows: Validation and Time Step Determination of Discrete Element Modeling of Flexible Fibers Granular shear flows of… Read More

Heartbleed Bug

As you have no doubt heard, the “Heartbleed Bug” refers to a serious flaw in libraries used to keep communications over the internet secure. Research Computing has taken all recommended steps to address the bug.  This includes but is not limited to replacing… Read More

Winter break reduced support service levels

During the UF winter break Dec 16, 2013 through January 3, 2014, Research Computing will operate with reduced support levels. This is to allow the staff to take well-deserved time off after a very intense year that brought a new… Read More

UF Ranked #10 for SuperComputer Speed

This month, the University of Florida was ranked #10 among American Public Universities for supercomputer speed. (see ) UF was ranked #14 among all public and private American universities and #46 among all international universities. This ranking is due… Read More