Joint Usage/Research Center for Interdisciplinary Large-scale Information Infrastructures (JHPCN)The Joint Usage/Research Center for Interdisciplinary Large-scale Information Infrastructures is made up of eight centers equipped with supercomputers. These centers are the Information Initiative Center of Hokkaido University, the Cyberscience Center of Tohoku University, the Information Technology Center of the University of Tokyo, the Global Scientific Information and Computing Center of the Tokyo Institute of Technology, the Information Technology Center of Nagoya University, the Academic Center for Computing and Media Studies of Kyoto University, the Cybermedia Center of Osaka University, and the Research Institute for Information Technology of Kyushu University. This is a network-type joint usage and collaborative research center, and its core institution is the Information Technology Center of the University of Tokyo. The Center began as a program of the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science & Technology (MEXT) in April 2010.
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Available resourcesThe University of Tokyo provides the following resources as JHPCN.
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- Wisteria/BDEC-01 Supercomputer System
- Oakbridge-CX Supercomputer System
- Oakforest-PACS Supercomputer System
There are cases where service is suspended due to the maintenance of the respective resources or other reasons. Please refer to the following pages for details: Operating schedule.
Inquiries about JHPCN
If you are planning to apply for joint research projects at JHPCN, and you have not found joint researcher and/or you wish to conduct joint research with Supercomputing Division faculties, please contact .
If you have any questions about JHPCN, please inquire from the Contact page of JHPCN.