Providing the Missing Piece for Advanced and High-Performance Computing at Liberal Arts Colleges
Almost all disciplines taught and researched at liberal arts colleges use computer tools and digital data that are neither simpler nor smaller than those used in large universities. However, it is often difficult to find readily available advanced computing resources at liberal arts colleges due to various reasons. For the last two years, the IT department at Harvey Mudd has worked to identify high-performance computing resources outside the college. In this poster, we will introduce the resources that liberal arts colleges can obtain and maintain without spending a large amount of money to provide advanced computing for teaching and research.
OUTCOMES: Learn about the XSEDE program * Learn about the Campus Champions program and its best practices * Learn about other opportunities for obtaining advanced computing resources that are readily available to higher education
Director of Murty Sunak Quantitative and Computing Lab, Claremont McKenna College