COMPUTATIONAL RESEARCH SERVICES PROVIDED
Computational Research Technical Support (CRTS) offers a variety of services to assist researchers. To obtain assistance or services, please contact CRTS@georgiasouthern.edu.
CRTS maintains a Linux cluster for general-purpose computation. This cluster can also be utilized in support of unfunded research projects.
PARALLELIZATION OF WORKLOADS
Parallel computing simplifies and speeds up much of the research processes by executing processes simultaneously. CRTS can help in this endeavor by analyzing software submission scripts and programs for optimal parallelization of jobs run on the cluster.
Research applications or programs that require their own server infrastructure can be supported via our virtual server infrastructure.
CRTS currently has about 250 TB of data storage for use by researchers across the University. In addition, we can also facilitate access to Filelocker for encrypted transfer of files between researchers.
Let us help you determine your needs prior to grant submission or other requests for funding.
Last updated: 8/16/2021