The popular Computational Shared Facility (CSF) has recently hit a significant milestone with the 1-millionth job being submitted.
The Computational Shared Facility (CSF), the University’s flagship central high performance computing facility has been up and running since February 2011. Used by PGRs, PDRAs and research staff from all faculties and many schools, it remains a popular and heavily utilized resource for those with computational requirements in their research.
In February 2015 the “CSF2” upgrade took place with an investment from the University, along with continued investment from research groups, schools and faculties. The 1-millionth job was submitted to the upgraded CSF2 recently from a user in the School of MACE – an amazing milestone.