Optimal compute and data storage solutions for your evolving research needs, including AI and machine learning capabilities.
Technical specifications for the University's new on-site high throughput computing (HTC) cluster named Anatra.
Bath has 15% of the compute time on Isambard. Contact Research Computing if you would like to use the environment for your research.
The Teaching Cluster is used to deliver UG and PG courses and supports final year research projects across campus.
Join our growing community of academics using high performance computing to generate valuable research output.
Bath's Nimbus cloud supercomputer supports academic research in all disciplines.
Join an online training course or work through our self-guided training material covering the Unix Shell, HPC, RCAM and our HPC environments .
Open to academic staff and PhD students from all disciplines.
Training course covering all your need to know to start using Nimbus. From Linux and job scheduling to software modules, VMs and running jobs in parallel.
Request a 30-minute appointment with Georgie Wellock who supports researchers and doctoral students in all departments.
Dan uses HPC to reduce the amount of time it takes to analyse new sustainable materials.
Megan uses the University's HPC facilities to experiment with sustainable plastics that could change the way we live everyday
Jack Betteridge, a PhD student, talks about how he is using the High Performance Computing facility to boost his research.