The Center for Research Computing at University of Notre Dame is an innovative and multidisciplinary research environment that supports collaboration to facilitate discoveries in science and engineering, the arts, humanities and social sciences, through advanced computation, data analysis and other digital research tools. The Center enhances the University’s cyberinfrastructure, provides support for interdisciplinary research and education, and conducts computational research.

The CRC is comprised of three complementary groups: High Performance Computing (HPC), Cyberinfrastructure (CI) Development and Research Software Development. The HPC group supports the growth and excellence of Notre Dame research endeavors via efficient operation and promotion of the University's research computing infrastructure. The CI group empowers faculty and industry partners to develop research environments that support advanced data, information and visualization services. The Research Development group cultivates better, more sustainable software to enable world-class research.

Together, HPC and CI encompass the following capabilities:

Our Mission

  • Enhance University research agenda
  • Facilitate collaborations across disciplines
  • Provide system administration, user support and training
  • Supply resources for hardware, software and data storage
  • Leverage University investment

CRC Team 2015

Photo by Barbara Johnston / University of Notre Dame