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Biologist looks at genetic past of viruses to try to predict future outbreaks

Biologist looks at genetic past of viruses to try to predict future outbreaks

CARC grad assistant helps students and faculty with research needs while pursuing his own studies

GLOWpod project looks toward futuristic farming

GLOWpod project looks toward futuristic farming

Project merges art, light, technology, and data

Research shows director networking has impact on company success

Research shows director networking has impact on company success

Corporate director connections linked to company credit ratings

Research team seeks to prevent crashes at railroad overpasses

Research team seeks to prevent crashes at railroad overpasses

Overhead collisions are dangerous, costly

UNM database of deceased people a national first

UNM database of deceased people a national first

Resource would allow researchers to learn from deaths

CARC staff support researchers' work

CARC staff support researchers' work

Staff works to make research projects successful

UNM researchers work to meet wind power goal

UNM researchers work to meet wind power goal

Building more efficient, more powerful wind turbines and wind farms

LANL-CARC collaborate on wildfire simulation program

LANL-CARC collaborate on wildfire simulation program

Joint research project also prepares students for careers

Welcome to CARC

The UNM Center for Advanced Research Computing is the hub of computational research at UNM and one of the largest computing centers in the State of New Mexico. It is an interdisciplinary community that uses computational resources to create new research insights. The goal is to lead and grow the computational research community at UNM.

CARC provides not just the computing resources but also the expertise and support to help the university’s researchers. This service is available to faculty, staff, and student researchers free of charge through support from the UNM Office of the Vice President for Research.