The Ohio Supercomputer Center empowers researchers via high performance computing, advanced networking, and training resources; partners with leading scientific investigators in developing joint proposals to regional, national, and international organizations; and leads research activities of strategic interest to OSC, the state, and the country.
Biomedical Sciences and Visualization - an interdisciplinary group that applies high performance computing to biomedicine and applies advanced interface technology for use in virtual exploration of complex computational data
Cyberinfrastructure and Software Development - Supercomputers are only as useful as the software they can effectively run. In order to expand that base of software, it must be easier to write and debug code on massively parallel systems. The cyberinfrastructure and software development program addresses this pressing need through a combination of software development, a robust production services environment, and in-house research and consulting.
Systems Research - from investigating performance of a new technology to pushing the boundaries of what a new technology can do, the group aims to play a key role in how high-performance networks are used.
Research Opportunities - Review available research funding opportunities.