Research Computing Governance

Various groups assist in Research Computing governance. This model ensures that computational modeling and analysis remains a pillar of scientific research at the University. 

Research Computing Advisory Group (RCAG)

The Research Computing Advisory Group (RCAG) advises and collaborates with OIT, PICSciE, and the Dean for Research on matters related to research computing in all academic disciplines at the University. Members of RCAG include faculty, IT staff from academic departments, staff from OIT and PICSciE, the Dean for Research, the Vice Provost for Space and Planning, and the Vice President for IT and CIO. 


Princeton Institute for Computational Science and Engineering (PICSciE)

The Princeton Institute for Computational Science and Engineering (PICSciE) is an interdisciplinary institute designed to bring together faculty and researchers from diverse backgrounds leveraging their broad expertise to address new and relevant computational problems and thereby contribute to the body of scientific knowledge.