What is “ICS-ACI?”
The Institute for CyberScience Advanced CyberInfrastructure (ICS-ACI), is ICS’s high-performance computing (HPC) service and infrastructure. ICS-ACI provides secure high-quality advanced computing and storage resources to the Penn State research community.
What does ICS-ACI do?
ICS-ACI contributes to the ICS mission by providing researchers with the hardware, software, and technical expertise needed to solve problems of scientific and societal importance.
ICS-ACI provides a variety of services, including operations, backup, technical consulting, and training, and is compliant with specific NIH and NIST security controls. It offers over 1000 servers with over 23,000 processing cores, 6 Petabytes (PB) of disk parallel file storage and 12 PB of tape archive storage, high-speed Ethernet and Infiniband interconnects, and a large software stack.
Who to Contact
The i-ASK Center provides technical support for ICS-ACI users. Visit the i-ASK page for more information or please submit a ticket at our web help desk https://iask.aci.ics.psu.edu for help with a technical support issue.
How to Acknowledge Use of ICS-ACI Services
Please include the following statement in published research or reports:
“This research or portions of this research were conducted with Advanced CyberInfrastructure computational resources provided by The Institute for CyberScience at The Pennsylvania State University (http://ics.psu.edu).”
Help us build the future. Contact ICS at Penn State.
- email: email@example.com
- phone: ICS-ACI Support (i-ASK Center): 814-865-4275 | General Inquiries: 814-867-1467
- Apr 18, 2017 - Apr 19, 201711:00 am
XSEDE HPC Monthly Workshop: MPI
ICS will be hosting a free XSEDE workshop on MPI programming…More Info
- Apr 17, 20173:30 pm - 5:00 pm
ICS Cohire Social: “Gravitational Wave Astronomy’s Next Frontier in Computation,” Chad Hanna
One of the biggest scientific discoveries of this century is…More Info
- Apr 19, 20171:30 pm - 3:00 pm
ICS-ACI User Social: “Recent Cybersecurity Events and Future Research Directions,” Robert Mitchell
Cyber attacks are becoming increasingly frequent and sophist…More Info
- Apr 11, 20175:30 pm
4/11: “Flank Displacement at Reunion Island,” Valerie Cayol
Volcanologist Valerie Cayol will be giving a talk discussing…More Info