A solid cyberinfrastructure for research computing thrives at Georgia State University and includes high performance computing, grid computing, data storage and visualization. With a growing body of academic and scientific researchers, including faculty and Ph.D. students, from many disciplines as well as from other universities, Georgia State continues to build a diverse and powerful supercomputing grid.
Transform your research with high-performance computing resources.
Schedule and process your Linux jobs rapidly using LSF in batch mode and an interactive queue.
Transform your research or teaching with this large-scale, high-resolution visualization tool.
Take advantage of the ability to collaborate with colleagues at over 300 InCommon Federation member institutions.
Connect to the Virtual Computing Lab for virtual access to lab and classroom software typically only available while on campus in a lab.
University Library’s Research Guide to Data Management
Goal 3 of the University’s Strategic Plan: Georgia State’s a university-wide research strategy