High Performance Research Computing

Supported with FAS Cluster

Faculty and other eligible PIs at the T.H. Chan School of Public Health are provided no-cost access to the FAS RC (Research Computing) high-performance computing cluster.  The system underwent a significant upgrade in 2019 and the new system known as Cannon is up and running.

Key features and benefits

  • 100,000 cpu cores
  • 3000+ nodes
  • 500 terabytes of RAM
  • 40 petabytes of storage

Available to

Service cost

Core Service - Provided at no cost

Standard services are paid by the School – above standard services (e.g. secure servers or higher volume compute) would incur costs to the PI. Your account includes support from the entire FAS Research Computing team

How to get started