Automating and simplifying tasks with command-scripts is a routine procedure in the Unix/Linux environment. We regularly help users develop scripts to suit their specific needs.
We provide assistance with code compilation and debugging in serial and parallel environments.
Computational physics methods are sometimes useful and applicable to problems in other fields. We provide some consultation for computational physics algorithm selection and implementation.
From the installation of programs and data (e.g., genetic databases), to helping users get started, bioinformatics support is a key support area.
GACRC staff are available to provide consultation in order to facilitate and optimize the use of GACRC resources. We are available to meet with small groups of users, and to provide guest lectures for courses that use GACRC resources.
The GACRC regularly hosts training sessions on a number of subjects relevant to the use of our computational and storage resources. Scheduled trainings will be announced through the GACRC mailing list. If you are interested in training in specific topics, please contact us using the Request Support Form.
GACRC staff are located in 4098C Stegeman Coliseum. Our office is open Monday though Friday from 8am until 5pm. You are welcome to stop by and ask questions, or you can schedule an appointment using the Request Support Form.
As you face Stegeman Coliseum from Carlton St., there is a ramp that leads from the street up to the Coliseum, to the left of the new glass wall. From the top of that ramp, you will see a small stairwell leading down to a single glass door. Come in through that door and climb the steps to the 4th floor door, which opens into the GACRC workspace.