High-Performance Computing

Randolph Hall is the faculty executive director, high-performance computing (HPC).

The faculty executive director is responsible for providing the vision and leadership to advance computing, simulation and big data research, and availability of high-performance computing resources across the disciplines at USC, enabling faculty, researchers, and students to engage in cutting-edge research in science, engineering, health sciences, and arts and humanities. The faculty executive director also provides leadership for research networking and serves as the convener, facilitator, and chair of the research computing advisory committee.