The Department of Scientific Computing maintains a large and diverse computing infrastructure in support of research and education. Computing resources include the FSU HPC, a number of clusters and computational servers, a laboratory for scientific visualization, a bioinformatics server, and more. While many of the department's computing resources are dedicated to specific research areas, an increasing number of machines are being made available to the University research community in general through the use of high throughput management tools and job schedulers.

Download a PDF copy of the Integrated Technology Plan for 2008 to learn more about our computing resources, current and planned computing projects, and the future direction of computing.  For a brief overview of the our computing resources, download a PDF copy of the presentation slides used in our Introduction to DSC Computing Resources seminar.