Effective August 31, 2021, Caliburn has been retired and removed from service. If you need assistance regarding previously stored data, please contact email@example.comLink to this Answer
Historically, Caliburn users were granted access through subnission of research proposals which were reviewed by committee. Awarded allocations were given “owner” priority similar to that of Amarel, were based on Service Units (SUs), and lasted for 6 months.
In mid-2021 Caliburn reached its end of serviceable-life and has now been fully decommissioned.Link to this Answer
Access to OARC’s Amarel system may serve as a useful alternative. Use of the Amarel cluster is free for all Rutgers students, staff, and faculty. Proposal submission is not required for using Amarel. A brief description of how you plan to use the system is all that is requested when completing our access request form.Link to this Answer
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reach the OARC Research and Education Facilitator (REF) team. They can generally answer questions about OARC system capabilities related to your specific science needs, and they can loop in the Tech Team (systems administrators) or Business Team as needed.Link to this Answer