UTech Grants Higher Level Access to CPU Cores for Researchers

In light of their timely research into coronavirus and COVID-19, UTech was pleased to award 6 research faculty, at no cost, an additional share on the RCCI research cluster "Rider" to supplement their membership for the next 12 months. This results in their having a higher-level access to up to 128 CPU cores simultaneously, for that period of time. RCCI staff will continue to work with faculty to ensure their optimal use of those resources and to assist in obtaining additional resources at the Ohio Supercomputer Center or an NSF-funded supercomputer center, should local resources be inadequate for their computational work related to coronavirus and COVID-19.