The Center for Research Computing (CRC) is Notre Dame's innovative and multidisciplinary computational research unit. It supports
discoveries in all disciplines through advanced computation, data analysis, and other digital research tools.
The CRC, an innovative and multidisciplinary research environment, is a leader in cyberinfrastructure
development and in research utilizing large amounts of data and computational power, providing supercomputer resources, services, and expertise to researchers within Notre Dame and external organizations, including industry. The CRC develops computational tools that
accelerate scientific inquiry and discovery. It has extensive experience in computational modeling, data analysis and management, geographic information systems, and visualization. With broad software development expertise and extensive experience managing research and development projects on many different scales, CRC collaborations range from developing advanced image recognition techniques to assist researchers in detecting drugs to modeling hurricanes to help emergency personnel prepare for the impact of major natural disasters.