How we can help you
- Research support for all subjects
- Faster analysis
- Data that takes 40 days to process on a PC takes just 2 hours using the research cluster
- Complex analysis
- eg spatial analysis, large scale modelling, sound recognition
Explore our guide to find out more about the services we provide, and see the links below for further information, including how to get access to the various services:Guide to Advanced Research Computing at York »
Facilities at York
High Performance Computing
York Advanced Research Computing Cluster (YARCC) is for researchers who need to develop and/or execute small compute jobs.
We can provide additional filestore for shared projects and large datasets.
For large and resource intensive database applications.
Central Linux servers for project development.
For hosting applications that need to be available to multiple people, or that require a server to run.
Space for equipment in our data centres
Our survey tool is designed for researchers.
Regional and national facilities
N8 HPC is an EPSRC funded initiative involving the N8 Research Partnership.
N8 HPC facilites are available to all researchers based at York, subject to a light weight peer review.
Find out more about the N8 facilities and how to access them:
For any issues in using or running jobs on N8 HPC, please email email@example.com.
ARCHER is a UK National Supercomputing Service. It provides a capability resource to allow researchers to run simulations and calculations that require large numbers of processing cores working in a tightly-coupled, parallel fashion.
Advice and support
Training courses and support in the use of research computing facilities are available - whatever your level of expertise
To find out how the Research and High Performance Computing service can help with your research, please get in touch via the Library & IT Help Desk.
We can advise you on which facilities to use, and how to use them.
Our Research Computing Support Centre offers appointments to research postgraduates and staff who need advice on on advanced computing topics.
Training courses are also available: