What is the Rogues Gallery?¶
The Rogues Gallery is a shared, open-access testbed run by the Center for Research into Novel Computing Hierarchies (CRNCH) at Georgia Tech. This testbed is focused on supporting “post-Moore”architectures, tools, and software. The RG testbed is currently funded by NSF’s Community CISE Research Infrastructure (CCRI) program as NSF award #2016701 starting in September 2020. The Rogues Gallery was started as a Georgia Tech specific testbed in 2017, and it has since grown to close to over 100 internal and external users.
What is in the Rogues Gallery?¶
Currently the Rogues Gallery has support for devices in the near-memory, traditional HPC, reconfigurable, and neuromorphic spaces. The CCRI grant will enable us to expand that to networking and quantum-related testbed equipment. The figure below shows a high-level overview of what the Rogues Gallery testbed looks like.
This testbed is meant to enable several CISE-specific research pillars including: 1) sparse and irregular HPC 2) hardware and software codesign 3) novel machine learning systems 4) and edge computing and next-generation networking.
Who are the users?¶
Anyone in the US can request an account for the CRNCH Rogues Gallery testbed with priority for CISE researchers, students, and industry partners.