Baylor University provides several systems for faculty and students who require academic and research computing resources. These systems are operated and supported by the Academic and Research Computing Services group. Detailed information about these systems can be found here.
HPC Programming Support
The Academic and Research Computing Services group provides programming support and mentoring for faculty and student researchers using the central HPC systems at Baylor.
Programming support includes the following:
Assisting our clients with translating their algorithms into code.
Assisting clients with parallelizing their serial applications.
Helping clients debug and optimize their applications.
Research Technology Consultation
ARCS staff will consult with faculty to assess their research needs and coordinate support from ITS, the Electronic Library, the Vice Provost for Research, Academic Technology Directors, and other university resources.
Linux (Unix) Support
The Academic and Research Computing Services group provides support for Linux (Unix) on departmental workstations. This support includes installation and setup of the operating system, assistance with Unix issues/problems, installation of the Tivoli backup client, and, to a limited extent, help with hardware problems.