CARC Center for Advanced Research Computing

CARC resources open to students, faculty, and staff


University of New Mexico Center for Advanced Research Computing

The Center for Advanced Research Computing is the UNM campus supercomputing center and the largest academic computing center in New Mexico, including 1.5 PB of RAID5/RAID6 enterprise storage. CARC's resources are available without charge to all faculty, student, and staff researchers at the University, through support from the UNM Office of the Vice President for Research.

MISSION To enable excellence in research and scholarship in science, engineering, biomedicine, humanities and the arts, through support for parallel supercomputing, advanced visualization, research data storage and analysis, and novel architectures, and by providing leadership to enhance interdisciplinary computing-based research and education at the University.

VISION To promote the use of high-performance computing technologies for advancing research and education in the State of New Mexico, and as an essential component of the national cyberinfrastructure.

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