Support for Computational Resources
The Support for Computational Resources unit works to improve the productivity of life science researchers using nationally available compute and storage resources, especially the NAISS-funded systems at UPPMAX. By providing a ready environment for life science data analysis on powerful compute resources, SCoRe makes these resources more accessible to a wider range of researchers. Our goal is that all scientists that could benefit from large-scale compute and storage systems can do so with minimal effort and maximum scientific output.
SCoRe ensures the life science community’s needs for support and training on national e-infrastructures for compute and storage. We build and maintain a nationally available computational environment for bioinformatics, pushing the envelope on usability.
- Answering requests that come through UPPMAX support
- Working directly with NAISS resource allocations and project proposals
- Maintaining the software library
- Providing training