Researchers at the University of Michigan have access to both on-premise and off-premise high-performance computing (HPC) platforms and support.
Flux is an on-premise, university-wide shared computing service, offering support for both compute- and data-intensive research. Flux is an important component of the CIRRUS Project, and includes a large software library. There are local software systems consulting services and workshops to assist in using Flux.
U-M is also a part of the XSEDE Campus Champions program, which supports access to the national XSEDE (formerly TeraGrid) resources. XSEDE supports 16 supercomputers and high-end visualization and data analysis resources across the country.
CAEN HPC is the U-M resource for the local XSEDE Campus Champions program, a source of knowledge about high-performance computing, high-throughput computing and other digital services, opportunities and resources. The Campus Champions also serve as a source of information regarding XSEDE resources and services and a source of XSEDE start-up accounts on campus. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Great Lakes Consortium for Petascale Computing (GLCPC)
U-M is a founding partner in the GLCPC, a key element of the Blue Waters project.