Working specifications: Compute, networking, software and storage info for Nimbus, the University's new cloud HPC environment.
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 undergraduate and master's courses in Scientific Computing and Parallel Computing.
The University's research computing environments support academic research across all disciplines.
Join our growing community of academics using high performance computing to generate valuable research output.
Get answers to your Nimbus migration questions - from training, data storage, timings and costings, to the application process for unfunded access.
Get help and advice from the University’s team of Research Software Engineers. Available to researchers and doctoral students.
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.