• Arctic Region Supercomputing Center
    Booth R0101
    Jenn E. Wagaman, wagaman@arsc.edu

      The Arctic Region Supercomputing Center (ARSC) supports the computational needs of researchers within the Department of Defense, the University of Alaska Fairbanks, other academic institutions and government agencies by providing high performance computing, visualization and networking resources, programming and technical expertise, and training. Areas of specialty supported by ARSC include ocean modeling, atmospheric sciences, climate/global change, space physics, satellite remote sensing, and civil, environmental and petroleum engineering. ARSC collaborates in a number of partnerships, including a joint effort with the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center Major Shared Resource Center and the Albuquerque High Performance Computing Center. ARSC will also be participating in the SC Global event. The Arctic Region Supercomputing Center operates a Cray T3E, a Cray SV1ex, and an IBM Winterhawk II system as well as various visualization resources, including a Pyramid Systems ImmersaDesk and a network of SGI workstations located in a video production/training lab and three additional access labs on campus.