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Leverage up-to-date computing tools and resources provided by UW-IT in collaboration with partners across the University to support world-class research

Research computing

  • Get an overview of research computing at the UW, and learn about the wide array of research computing tools and solutions offered through UW-IT to support world-class research with up-to-date tools and resources capable of handling your research needs.
  • Harness the power of GPUs. UW-IT offers multiple ways to leverage Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) for research computing, and in particular machine learning. Research computing experts at UW-IT can help you determine if GPU computing would benefit your research needs, and help you navigate the options to choose an option that works for you

Cloud computing for research

  • Let UW-IT help you determine how the cloud computing for research can enable, accelerate and expand your research computing capabilities.
  • Does your research belong in the cloud? Use this guide to help you determine if the cloud can meet your research needs.
  • Read how researchers at the UW have found value and success by migrating their work to the cloud with early success stories.
  • Get a primer on cloud computing basics. Learn what cloud computing is, and how it is leveraged in research.
  • If your ready to move to the could, read about how to get started in the process. Get guidance on the best cloud computings solutions and computing tools offered by UW-IT.

High performance computing

High Speed Research Network

  • Learn about UW’s High Speed Research Network and Science DMZ, large-capacity network constructs available to support UW researchers’ exceptional research cyberinfrastructure needs including Big Data transfers.

Research Technologies for Teaching and Learning

JupyterHub for Teaching gives users access to Jupyter Notebooks (computational environments and resources) without the hassle of installation and maintenance tasks. Instructors can make individual workspaces available to students using shared resources, which can be managed efficiently by system administrators. More about research technologies for teaching and learning.

Last reviewed August 2, 2018