Request a Classroom Project
Classroom projects will not be billed under the Ohio academic fee structure; all fees will be fully discounted at the time of billing.
Please submit a new project request for a classroom project. You will request a $500 budget. If an additional budget is needed, you can apply through MyOSC or contact us at OSCHelp. We require a class syllabus; this will be uploaded on the last screen before you submit the request.
During setup, OSC staff test accounts may be added to the project for troubleshooting purposes.
We suggest that students consider connecting to our OnDemand portal to access the HPC resources. All production supercomputing resources can be accessed via that website, without having to worry about client configuration. We have a guide for new students to help them figure out the basics of using OSC; included are basics on getting connected, HPC system structure, file transfers, and batch systems.
We currently have two production clusters, Pitzer, and Owens, with Nvidia GPUs available. All systems have "debug" queues, during typical business hours, that allow small jobs of less than 1 hour to start much quicker than they might otherwise.
If you need to reserve access to particular resources, please contact OSC Help, preferably with at least two weeks lead time, so that we can put in the required reservations to ensure resources are available during lab or class times.
If you are using Rstudio, please see this webpage.
If you are using Jupyter, please see the page Using Jupyter for Classroom.
Our classroom information guide will instruct you on how to get students added to your project using our client portal. For more information, see the documentation. You must also add your username as an authorized user.
We update our web pages to show relevant events at the center (including training) and system notices on our main page (osc.edu). We also provide important information in the “message of the day” (visible when you log in). Furthermore, you can receive notices by following @HPCNotices on Twitter.
Main Supercomputing pages: http://www.osc.edu/supercomputing/