DCC currently manages a set of computational resources owned by some research groups from the DTU Chemistry (DTU Kemi) department, collectively denoted as steno-cluster. The agreement covers the physical hosting of the hardware resources, and the management of a specific software stack. Users from selected groups have access to both the dedicated hardware and software.
These clusters are fully integrated under our general LSF scheduling system, so the general instructions for the DCC LSF Clusters also apply to all the steno resources.
Users can find more steno-clusters-specific information on the hardware and queues setup, as well as on the software stack and some specific examples at the pages linked below.