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Computing

The BDSRC provides high-end computing resources, high-capacity storage, and secure instant backup. BDSRC centrally manages resources to ensure the reliability and security of the compute and storage systems. Researchers can remotely access our computing resources at any time through network connections. 

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User support is available by email to Max Chou or phone at 02-33663366 #55808. 

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Hardware Configuration

Node Processor Total Cores Memory GPU OS
master Intel Xeon E5-2650 v4 24 256GB NVIDIA Quadro K620 Ubuntu 20.04
node01 Intel Xeon E5-2650 v4 24 256GB NVIDIA Quadro K620 Ubuntu 20.04
node02 Intel Xeon E5-2637 v4 8 256GB   Ubuntu 20.04
node03 Intel Xeon E5-2650 v4 24 256GB ASUS EN210 SILENT/DI/1GD3/V2(LP) Ubuntu 20.04
gpu01 Intel Xeon E5-2650 v4 24 512GB NVIDIA TITAN V × 2 Ubuntu 20.04
gpu02 Intel Xeon Silver 4210R 20 256GB NVIDIA 3090 x 2 Ubuntu 20.04

Supported Software

R、Python、Stata、Matlab

Acknowledgement

If you have published a paper or have given a presentation that acknowledges the BDSRC's computational resources or other services, please email us with the paper title, journal, or conference where a presentation was given. These citations help BDSRC demonstrate the role of computational resources and support staff in research at NTU. If you would like your BDSRC-supported work featured on our website, please indicate that you are comfortable with us doing so.

Please reference BDSRC as "the Behavioral and Data Science Research Center at the National Taiwan University" in citations and acknowledgments. Some example citations are shown below.
  • This research was partly supported through computational resources provided by the Behavioral and Data Science Research Center at the National Taiwan University.
  • We are grateful for the support of the Behavioral and Data Science Research Center at the National Taiwan University for assistance with the calculations carried out in this work.
  • We acknowledge the Behavioral and Data Science Research Center at the National Taiwan University to support this work.