Enabling Discoveries That Advance Science and Society Through Advanced Computing Technologies

The Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) designs and operates some of the world's most powerful computing resources.

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Fill out the account request form on the TACC Account Management Portal and it will be reviewed by our User Services team.

Faculty, professional research staff, and postdoctoral researchers may request Principle Investigator (PI) eligibility for their account. PIs are responsible for requesting system allocations and managing their team.

Graduate and undergraduate students can create an account, but must be added to allocations by PIs to use the systems.

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Request an Allocation

To access a system, you must request through an allocation opportunity.

Browse the System List, Allocations, and Software List to help determine what system and allocation fits your research.

If you are a PI, log into your account and request an allocation on the system that fits your research needs.

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Documentation

TACC's documentation provides a detailed and comprehensive resource for our high-performance computing systems. Find information on hardware, software, tutorials, and best practices. Discover how TACC can help advance your research and computational goals.

TACC Documentation

User Updates

Wed 6/26 Webinar: Intro to Linux

Intro to Linux 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM CST Webinar This workshop will be an introduction to Linux basic concepts. The material is geared towards domain scientists operating in a unix HPC environment with a shared filesystem. Topics covered include file system navigation, interaction, and other day to day basic Linux operations. Per our policy, participants must have an active TACC account and a functioning MFA pairing to use TACC resources during training activities.Registrants will receive links for the training prior to the start of the course. Register here: https://tacc.utexas.edu/use-tacc/training/2024/intro-to-linux/

Lonestar6 Maintenance Tuesday 2 July 2024

Lonestar6 will not be available from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM (CDT) on Tuesday, 2 July 2024. System maintenance will be performed during this time.Please submit any questions you may have via the TACC User Portal.https://tacc.utexas.edu/portal/tickets

Registration closing soon: TACC Institutes

Registration closing in one week on Monday, 6/24: High Performance Computing and Scientific Visualization Institute On site at TACC; breakfast and lunch includedMonday, July 8 - Friday, July 12 9AM – 4PM CST - MPI, CUDA, OpenMP, and other HPC topics - Hands-on activities using TACC resources - Connect with HPC experts to discuss algorithms, implementations, and programming models - Exploration of techniques using the parallel visualization package Paraview Learn more and register: https://cvent.utexas.edu/29NlZ5 Our Summer Institutes provide time on TACC resources alongside our experts to explore new concepts and develop your skills and research. We hope to see you at TACC this summer!Please visit TACC's training page: https://tacc.utexas.edu/use-tacc/training/  for more opportunities to learn with TACC.

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Byte Size Basics

A collection of easily digestible discussions on a variety of training topics.