Members of the Department of Biostatistics have several computing options available to them.
Student Computing Labs
The Biostatistics Student Computing Laboratory is located in room M4048A SPH II. This lab contains 10 Windows workstations as well as printing resources. This lab is exclusively available to Biostatistics graduate students (MPH, MS, and PhD) and students taking Biostatistics classes.
Campus Computing Sites offer public-access workstations with university-licensed software across the UM-Ann Arbor campus. More than 2,000 Windows and Mac computers are located in 17 locations on Central Campus, 4 locations on North Campus, and in 100+ cyberstation locations in study lounges, dining areas, and collaboration and study spaces. All Campus Computing Sites (excluding cyberstations) have black and white laser printers, and several provide color or large format printing, scanners, and instructional and training materials.
The Department of Biostatistics provides a high performance computing (HPC) cluster for faculty, students and researchers. The cluster consists of 53 compute nodes with a total of 892 physical CPU cores and ~5.5TB of memory. The cluster has a number of statistical software packages installed including: R, SAS, and Gurobi. The cluster makes use of Slurm for workload management.
Advanced Research Computing Technology Services runs a High Performance Computing cluster environment for researchers at the University of Michigan and their collaborators. Access to this cluster, known as Flux, requires the purchase of an allocation on a per month per core basis. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request an allocation.