Welcome to Research Computing Office Hours!

Do you have a research computing question that you could use some direct in-person help or maybe some one on one consulting with IT-RCI staff? We encourage anyone to stop by during our general research computing office hours on

Tuesdays and Wednesdays @ 11am – noon each week beginning June 18, 2024 through the summer in room 002C Smith Hall, Conference Room, University of Delaware.

Our IT-RCI staff look forward to providing assistance and answering questions related to information about local and national computing resources, Linux/Unix, high-performance computing, storage, data and data management, security, networking, scientific applications, software installs and more.

Research Software Engineering (RSE) Support for the College of Arts and Science (CAS)

Are you part of the College of Arts and Science (CAS) and in need of software engineering resources? We encourage all research groups in CAS or collaborating with a research group in CAS, including conducting experiments and general research, to utilize compute and software engineering resources in their work, should consider stopping by to meet and discuss your project with our IT-RCI CAS Research Software Engineering (RSE) on

Tuesdays and Wednesdays @ 1pm – 2pm each week now through the end of the year in room 110 Sharp Lab, University of Delaware.

Our IT-RCI CAS RSE is happy to develop or assist with

  1. Windows application: graphic user interface, database, multithread
  2. Control experiment equipment: RS232C, GPIB, USB
  3. Android embedding application
  4. Web application: Http, Java, Websocket
  5. Visualization: OpenGL
  6. High performance computing software: MPI, C, C++, FORTRAN, Python

Please take this opportunity to stop by 002C Smith Hall or 110 Sharp Lab, University of Delaware to meet some of our IT-RCI staff and get help with your research computing questions. We will do our best to help you at this time, however if it requires in depth work or help from other IT-RCI staff, then a ticket request will be submitted.

We would greatly appreciate any feedback and suggestions, please email researchcomputing@udel.edu.

Thank you.