The infrastructure for scientific computing at TUT consists of a computing cluster and a desktop grid. The computing cluster is Linux-based and compatible with similar general-purpose computing clusters nationally (e.g. CSC) and internationally (PRACE). The desktop grid has various operating systems, including Linux and Windows. The scientific computing services consist of system adminstration, application support and general user support services.
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