The Centre provides a large variety of resources and services for academics in Trinity College. Many of these resources and services are also available free of charge to the Irish Research Community and at a charge to commercial entities.
If you want to gain access to our resources or services, you need to successfully complete the following steps:
Step 1: Are you eligible to access our resources?
To check if you are eligible to access our resources, please:
Step 2: Check and see if we provide a resource or service that you need
Review our resources and services to see if they are appropriate for your needs. If you can't find what you want or if you are not sure, contact us:
- Request a one-to-one meeting by emailing email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org (if you are SFI funded)
- Attend one of our monthly walk-in workshops and speak to one of our staff
Step 3: Apply for a resource/service
All new requests from academics for resources and services must now go through our resource request form. Assuming you are successful, you will be allocated a resource code for all future communications. If you are making an enquiry on behalf of a company, please contact us by email.
Step 4: Using the service/resource
Once you have successfully completed these steps, you can start using the resource or service - see our Getting Started pages for more help. Additional online support is also available on our Support website.
All users must acknowledge TCHPC and the associated funding agency in any publications that they produce using resources provided by the Centre.
- For IITAC and the Visualization Facilities: Users must acknowledge the support and infrastructure provided by the Trinity Centre for High Performance Computing and the IITAC project funded by the HEA under the Program for Research in Third Level Institutes (PRTLI) co-funded by the Irish Government and the European Union
- For Lonsdale and Parsons: Users must acknowledge the support and infrastructure provided by the Trinity Centre for High Performance Computing funded by Science Foundation Ireland
- For Kelvin: Users must acknowledge the support and infrastructure provided by the Trinity Centre for High Performance Computing funded by eINIS
- Not listed: Please contact us