The Research Computing Center (RCC) at Florida State University enables research and education by maintaining a diverse campus cyberinfrastructure and providing training opportunities and dedicated consulting.
The RCC was one of the nation's first academic supercomputing ventures. Today, the RCC operates as an academic service unit of Information Technology Services. This unique partnership enables the RCC to leverage university IT infrastructure and places the RCC in a position to support groundbreaking research at FSU.
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The RCC is staffed by experienced computer technicians and research specialists. Below is a list of staff members and contact information to get in touch.
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Technical documentation and reference materials for specific RCC systems and software
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