Note: LSU HPC and LONI systems are two distinct computational resources administered by HPC@LSU. Having an account on one does not grant the user access to the other.
All accounts must be associated with an institutional email address. Email addresses provided by commercial entities such as Google, Yahoo, Microsoft etc are not acceptable.
In order to use HPC computational resources at LSU, users must first request an account. LSU faculty, research staff, graduate and undergraduate students, research collaborators, and other affiliates are eligible to request an account. Accounts and usage of the HPC@LSU resources are offered at no financial charge, but carry a value of approximately $0.1/core-hour.
By requesting a LSU HPC account, users acknowledge that they have read and understood the LSU HPC policy and agree to abide by them. Policies for Usage, Account & Allocations and Storage are provided here for your review.
Users are, however, asked to acknowledge their use of LSU HPC resources in resulting publications and reports with the following statement:
Portions of this research were conducted with high performance computational resources provided by Louisiana State University (http://www.hpc.lsu.edu).
In order to use the LONI computational resources, a user must first request a LONI account. Any LONI affiliate or a collaborator of a LONI affiliate may request a LONI account. If you don't have a LONI account, you can request one at the LONI website. It is LONI policy that users require a valid institutional email address (gmail, yahoo, hotmail, etc. are unacceptable).
By requesting a LONI account, users acknowledge that they have read and understood the LONI policy and agree to abide by them. Policies for Usage, Account & Allocations and Storage are provided here for your review.
Researchers are asked to acknowledge their use of LONI resources in any publications or reports that result from their research. The following statement should be included in any such work:
Portions of this research were conducted with high performance computational resources provided by the Louisiana Optical Network Initiative (http://www.loni.org).