Overview

Carnegie provides a computational cluster, called Memex, available to all Carnegie members. While the creation of the term "memex" dates back to Carnegie's own Vannevar Bush, Memex as Carnegie's high performance computing (HPC) cluster was formed in 2015 to serve computational science. Since then, Memex has been provided as a pinnacle resource for scientists and researchers at DPB/DGE, and across the institution, who depend on massive computation and processing power to examine and provide answers to their science. 

For more information on Memex, please refer to Carnegie's HPC site

Available to: 
Requirements: 
  • While available to all of Carnegie, request for access to Memex is required on a per account basis
  • Active Directory Account
  • Duo 2-Factor Authentication
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