Colorado State University

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Colorado State University ISTEC

CSU's ISTeC (Information Science & Technology Center) is a university-wide organization for promoting, facilitating, and enhancing CSU's research, education, and outreach activities pertaining to the design and innovative application of computer, communication, and information systems.

CSU has a plethora of distributed High-Performance Computing (HPC) systems, and a central Cray XT6m system with 2,016 cores, 2.4 TBytes of RAM, 32 TBytes of high-performance lustre parallel disks, and 72 additional TBytes (raw) of secondary attached storage. CSU is preparing to deploy a 100 Gbps research network, and has 20 Gbps of external networking connectivity to the Front Range GigaPOP, where it has access to Internet2, National Lambda Rail, and diverse, redundant connections to the commodity internet.

RMACC Leads: Anura Jayasumana, Chair of CSU’s Information Science and Technology Center (ISTeC); and Patrick J. Burns, Vice President for Information Technology, Dean of Libraries, and Professor of Mechanical Engineering serve as CSU’s representatives to the FRCRC. Many others at CSU are also involved in the FRCRC.


Colorado State University

Colorado State University (CSU) is a land-grant public institution of higher education located in Fort Collins, Colorado, with about 25,500 undergraduate and 4,500 graduate students. It is a comprehensive institution, but its areas of particular strength are engineering, applied sciences, life sciences, technology, and mathematics. CSU has been an active collaborator in shared technology initiatives in the region since 1985, and is pleased to participate in the FRCRC.

 Colorado State University
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
Fort Collins, CO