Affiliations

OSC and its staff members are active at the executive level or on committees with a variety of organizations, including:

Center for Applied Scientific Computing (CASC), which conducts collaborative scientific investigations that require the power of high performance computers and the efficiency of modern computational methods. 

Campus Research Computing Consortium (CaRCC), a funded NSF RCN award OAC-1620695 (PI: Jim Bottum) “RCN: Advancing Research and Education through a national network of campus research computing infrastructures. 

XSEDE Campus Champions, a group of 300+ Campus Champions at 200+ US colleges, universities, and other research-focused institutions, whose role is to help researchers at their institutions to use research computing, especially (but not exclusively) large scale and high end computing. 

HPC Container Advisory Council (NVIDIA), a group convened by NVIDIA to foster collaboration to close technical gaps for containers in an HPC environment.

BTAA-Research Computing Group (BTAA-RCG), a Big Ten Academic Alliance group used to share best practices, build trust, and develop innovative solutions to shared challenges. 

Dell XL HPC Consortium and HPC Community (DellXL), a self-sustained consortium of computing centers that employ large-scale Dell systems who meet twice a year to exchange technology information and cooperate on projects to enhance the scalability of cluster computing. 

Revolution in Simulation (RevSim), a collaboration and alliance between a number of leading simulation industry professionals resulting in a public resource center containing information related to a movement gaining momentum throughout the simulation world. 

NAFEMS HPC Working Group (HPCWG), a working group formed to provide a vendor-neutral, end-user driven consortium that promotes the effective use of HPC in engineering simulation. 

Ohio Aerospace Institute (OAI), a center that collaborates with members in government, industry, and academia to accelerate Ohio’s aerospace workforce development through a global network of connections, educational programs, and cutting-edge information. 

BioOhio, a statewide membership organization supporting the bioscience community, representing nearly 300 members that employ over 100,000 Ohioans. 

HPC University (HPCU), a virtual organization whose primary goal is to provide a cohesive, persistent, and sustainable on-line environment to share educational and training materials for a continuum of high performance computing environments that span desktop computing capabilities to the highest-end of computing facilities offered by HPC centers. 

SigHPC Education Chapter, a virtual chapter that promotes interest in and knowledge of applications of HPC and computational science. 

Midwest Research Computing Consortium (MWRCC), an alliance of several Midwestern universities that support experimental, observational, and computational sciences through a variety of HPC resources. 

MVAPICH User Group (MUG), a user group that provides an open forum for all attendees to discuss and share their knowledge on using MVAPICH2 libraries, OSU Micro-Benchmarks, and OSU INAM on large-scale systems and for a diverse set of applications.

ASK.CYBERINFRASTRUCTURE Moderators, a group of moderators for a general G&A platform for the global research computing community. 

Intel HPC Advisory Board, a group of Intel HPC clients that meet quarterly to hear about Intel technologies and roadmaps and provide feedback.