iCER is home to MSU's High Performance Computing Center (HPCC).

HPCC provides central computational hardware resources for any of MSU's faculty, students, and research affiliates who need these resources. After the current hardware upgrade, users will have access to almost 600 compute nodes, including 90 Nvidia GPU and 28 Xeon Phi-equipped nodes, and over 15,340 compute cores.

HPCC accounts are available free of charge to all MSU researchers. Principal investigators (PI) at MSU must first set up a new account indicating their research focus then add individual accounts for members of their research group.

Request an HPCC account here. By sponsoring these accounts, the PI agrees that users within the research group will abide by the MSU Statement of Acceptable Use.