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Computational modeling and analysis has firmly established itself as the third pillar of scientific research, while at the same time the humanities and social sciences have been relying increasingly on information technology to carry out research. Princeton has positioned itself well to excel in this new era, building a centralized infrastructure to support the faculty and researchers with their increasing computational and digital data needs. This collaborative effort, which is led by the Princeton Institute for Computational Science and Engineering (PICSciE) and the Office of Information Technology (OIT) welcomes and encourages participation from faculty in all academic departments.

Our centralized infrastructure and services are used by more than two dozen academic departments, and we have built a community welcoming staff and researchers from departments that provide some or all of their own research computing infrastructure and support. The goal of our program is to provide the infrastructure and support that meet the needs and priorities of our faculty, researchers, and students.

Our comprehensive program addresses many facets of research computing

Princeton Research Computing Brochure 2018