Skip to end of metadata
Go to start of metadata


What Makes ROGER Unique?


No where else in the world will you find a supercomputer supporting optimized, Geospatial parallel processing

  • Geo- and spatial-enabled software for comprehensive analysis.
  • Open-source to facilitate collaboration and portability. No need to worry about proprietary restrictions.
  • GPUs to enable and enhance intricate graphics.
  • Click here to learn more...


High-Speed Network To Interact With Your Results

ROGER supports applications for visualization, but what's different here is the high-speed network connection that enables realistic, interactive visualizations.

Pre-loaded Data

Anyone familiar with data collection knows how time consuming it can be, especially with geographic data. Here at the CyberGIS Center we try and take some of the heaving lifting off of your hands so you can focus on the analysis portion. Our team actively collects and imports data for end users to freely utilize.

Image of the ROGER System
Browse Content by Topic

Expert Team

When you work on ROGER you also gain an extensive network of expert resources.

  • The CyberGIS Center: can help design, optimize, and work through some of your team's toughest problems. We know GIS and we know computers, but most of all, we know how to integrate the two to get you the best results in the least amount of time. 
  • The ROGER community: compromised of skilled researchers from all across the nation, ready and willing to share insight and help advance your own research.


Acknowledging ROGER Usage

Papers, presentations, and other publications that feature work that relied on ROGER's resources, services, and/or expertise should include the appropriate acknowledgement of ROGER, as well as the NSF grant that supports it (NSF-1429699).

Examples of where one may site ROGER:

    • Proposals and Publications
    • Training's and workshops that used ROGER 
    • Any data products
    • Student engagement (including classes)
    • Science impact stories 

To acknowledge the use of ROGER:

"The work used the ROGER supercomputer, which is supported by NSF under grant number: 1429699."

To acknowledge the help of team members at the CyberGIS Center:

"We thank [team name(s)] for [his/her/their] assistance with [describe tasks such as geospatial data analysis, visualization, etc.], which was made possible through the CyberGIS Center Help Desk.






System Maintenance Updates

About System Maintenance: The ROGER system is scheduled to have maintenance on every second Thursday of the month. Please check back for updates regarding changes to the maintenance schedule.

Upcoming Maintenance Dates:

 Thursday June 8th