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Research Computing for UNC-Chapel Hill is developed, supported and maintained by the ITS Research Computing group. ITS Research Computing aims to provide a world-class computing infrastructure as well as other technology tools and capabilities to support the research needs of University faculty and staff. Our goal is to provide a state-of-the-art environment that will support the highest level of multidisciplinary research and help UNC-Chapel Hill become the premier research university in the U.S.

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Alexander Murph

Why researcher Alexander Murph relies on the Longleaf cluster

Posted 7 months ago

Customer Case Study Alexander Murph (who goes by “Murph”) is a fourth-year Ph.D. candidate, working under Jan Hannig, in the Department of Statistics and Operations Research (STOR) at UNC-Chapel Hill. Murph started using Longleaf in early 2020 when beginning work … Continued

stack of three patron nodes

Research Computing’s supercomputer Longleaf aids UNCG researchers

Posted 11 months ago

Research Computing’s supercomputer Longleaf is now benefiting outside researchers in addition to those at UNC-Chapel Hill. Two separate UNC-Greensboro researchers with high computational needs are availing themselves of this specialized, powerful platform that is not common outside of a flagship … Continued

Alberto Vargas and Juan Carlos Caro

Researcher Juan Carlos Caro relies on Research Computing

Posted 2 years ago

Customer Case Study Juan Carlos Caro is a UNC-Chapel Hill doctoral candidate through the Health Policy Management Department of the Gillings School of Public Health. Caro became a client of ITS Research Computing while working on his doctoral dissertation. The Client While conducting his dissertation research, Caro collaborated … Continued