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Introduction

The Yale Center for Research Computing provides support for research computing at Yale University. Our most active area for support is High Performance Computing, however we also support other computational intensive research such as Geo-Spatial Computation and Data Visualization. In addition, we work with faculty and research groups across disciplines to design and maintain cost-effective computing capabilities.

Get Help

To best serve the research community, we hold office hours and are also available through a support tracking system.

Troubleshooting Login Issues

If you are experiencing issues logging into one of the clusters, please first check the current System Status for known issues and use the Troubleshoot Login guide to address common issues before seeking additional assistance.

In Person

The YCRC is located on the second floor of 160 Saint Ronan Street. Visitor parking is available upon request. There are also Red, Orange, Blue and Green shuttle stops within a block of our center.

Specialist Day Hours Office Areas of Focus
Kaylea Nelson, Ph.D. Mon 10am-Noon 225 Grace/Omega/Milgram, Astronomy, G&G, MPI, Python
Tom Langford, Ph.D. Mon 2-4pm 225 Grace/Omega, Physics, Python
Michael Strickler, Ph.D. Tues 9-11am 222 Farnam/Ruddle/Milgram, Life Sciences, Structural Biology
David Huberdeau, Ph.D. Tues
Thurs
11am-Noon
11am-Noon
216 Milgram, Matlab, XNAT, Brain Imaging
Dong Wang, Ph.D. Tues 1:30-3:30pm 216 Grace, Physics, Matlab, Image Processing
Ben Evans, Ph.D. Wed 10am-Noon 224 Farnam/Ruddle/Milgram, Life Sciences, Bioinformatics, Python, OOD Portal
Ping Luo Wed 2pm-4pm 216 Grace/Omega/Milgram, MPI, OpenMP, C/C++, Fortran, ParaView, OOD Portal
Giuseppe Amatulli, Ph.D. Wed
Fri
2-4pm
10:30am-Noon
216 Geo-Computation, GIS and Remote Sensing, Forestry
Rob Bjornson, Ph.D. Thurs 2-4pm 216 Farnam/Ruddle/Milgram, Life Sciences, Bioinformatics, Python
Andy Sherman, Ph.D. Fri 1:30-3:30pm 217 Grace/Omega, MPI, GPUs, Matlab
Misha Guy, Ph.D.  via email SRSC Software and Mathematica

Email

To submit requests, concerns or questions via email please send to hpc@yale.edu and your communication will be logged directly with our system. An automated response will be sent back with a tracking number. Replies to your communication will be addressed from YCRC Support and will include the tracking number for reference. Any additional communication, as either replies from you or initiated by us, will be tracked in the system and can easily be referenced by the tracking number.

Web Interface

Alternatively, a web interface is available for both initiating and tracking a request or concern. After navigating to the website, you can select to log a new ticket or track an existing one. After your selection you will be able to login with CAS. If creating a new ticket, a new ticket form will appear where you can log your request or concern. If selecting an existing issue, a list of open items, assigned to you, will appear. Status of your request or concern can be viewed by selecting the tracking number.

If you have any questions or feedback, we would be happy to hear from you.