WVU provides a variety of services and software for computational intensive or digital humanities research. Our High Performance Computing systems can solve large problems in physical, biological and social sciences, engineering, humanities or business.
West Virginia University provides a variety of services and software that can assist with computational intensive or digital humanities research.
The WVU High Performance Computing (HPC) facilities support computationally intensive research that require high computational capabilities and low-latency.
Free access to MATLAB, training resources, and software packages are available for HPC users.
WVU partners with several regional and national organizations that support big data computing.
If you are interested in using HPC or Watson, but lack experience with computer science, we offer training options:
The WVU Research Office in collaboration with WVU Libraries bring you Software Carpentry workshops focusing on basic scientific computing skills.Software Carpentry
ITS offers a free, 4-day HPC Summer Institute every June to teach the basics of WVU HPC resources.See ITS for details
ITS offers 14-day licenses to the online training courses offered by LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com). Extensions can be granted pending the wait list. Several big data tutorials are available.Request a LinkedIn Learning account
We have MATLAB resources available, including MATLAB Academy, video tutorials, courseware, and Simulink from ITS.MATLAB Software
Computational Research at WVU.