High Performance Computing
Computing & Information Technology manages High Performance Computing (HPC), or the Wayne State Grid. This system is designed for big data projects, offering centrally-managed and scalable computing capable of housing and managing computationally-intensive research projects. The Wayne State Grid is connected to the global research community via Wayne State's science DMZ, Internet2 and the Michigan Lamdarail.
The C&IT HPC team provides assistance and consulting services to the campus teaching and research communities, and is the main foundation for a number of grants. If you are interesting in utilizing this service for your research, visit https://tech.wayne.edu/kb/high-performance-computing/getting-started-with-hpc/500129.
The HPC team is available by email and phone:
To request assistance with the HPC, visit https://tech.wayne.edu/forms/research.