The Rosen Center for Advanced Computing (RCAC) at Purdue University is a resource to provide advanced computation resources and services that support Purdue University students, faculty, and staff. Additionally, RCAC conducts their own research and development to "enhance the capabilities of these resources".
RCAC’s namesake is from Saul Rosen, the former director of Purdue’s Computing Center from 1968 to 1987. You can read more about him here.
Home page for the Rosen Center for Advanced Computing (RCAC) at Purdue University. RCAC is a collection of resources and services that support the research and education of students, faculty, and staff at Purdue University. RCAC is a member of the Purdue Research Foundation.
A downloadable document that provides an overview of RCAC’s facilities, equipment, and resources.
Web page displaying your RCAC account information, data depot spaces, and where you can change your default shell for RCAC resources.
Web page with information about the data depot.
The Data Depot is a high-capacity, fast, reliable and secure data storage service designed, configured and operated for the needs of Purdue researchers in any field and shareable with both on-campus and off-campus collaborators.
Web page showing information about your
Web page showing information about the scratch directories on the various clusters.
Web page showing information about RCAC policies.
Web page showing information about how/when/why RCAC purges files from scratch regularly.