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Computational Resources Core

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Overview

The IBEST Computational Resources Core (CRC) serves as the computational backbone of evolutionary and computational biology research at the University of Idaho. It provides investigators with state of the art high performance computing and large data storage capacity for use in analyzing and managing large volumes of research data. Users of the core run jobs that may use hundreds of processors in parallel or large memory allocations and may run require weeks to complete. The CRC is explicitly designed to manage the complex computational and storage requirements for the IBEST researchers and core facilities with very high data reliability and availability. The core contains an advanced mix of high performance computing clusters, powerful servers and reliable data storage components as well as the knowledge and technical skills required to compress years of analysis into days.

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Staff

Benjamin Oswald, Director

Dr. Oswald manages our monitoring systems; provides application installation and support; account management; support system management; HPC system support; teleconferencing; classroom scheduling and support; customer training; and technology/networking support for researchers and labs. website



James A. Foster, Scientific Advisor

  • Professor of Biological Sciences
  • Adjunct Professor of Computer Science and Philosophy
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Barrie Robison, Interim Director

  • IBEST Associate Director
  • Associate Professor of Biology
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