NINC Computer – Middle Row Right Seat

Hardware details:

This PC (asset numbers: FACMED008566, FACMED004941) is equipped with:

  • GPU: 24 GB vRAM, Quadro RTX 6000
  • 256 GB RAM
  • 1 TB SSD for Win10 and separate 1TB SSD for Linux (home folders and scratch space)
  • 3TB HDD for Data

Available Software:

NINC PC’s have UBC supported software, NINC supported software and freely available software installed. For trouble UBC supported software please contact MedIT service desk: medit.servicedesk@ubc.ca and cc jledue@mail.ubc.ca. For trouble with NINC supported software and freely available software, please contact jledue@mail.ubc.ca.

In Windows:

  • UBC Supported: Adobe Illustrator, Acrobat, Photoshop
  • UBC Supported: Microsoft Office, Teams
  • UBC Supported: Matlab
  • NINC Supported: Solidworks, Arivis Vision 4D
  • Freely Available: ImageJ (located on D:), R/RStudio, Zeiss Zen, Leica LAS

In Linux:

  • UBC Supported: Matlab
  • Freely Available: FSL

Paper Acknowledgement Section Suggested text:

If you are publishing your work and have used NINC resources in your project please use the following text including the persistent identifier for NINC (Research Resource ID, RRID):

This work was supported by resources made available through the Dynamic Brain Circuits cluster and the NeuroImaging and NeuroComputation Centre at the UBC Djavad Mowafaghian Centre for Brain Health (RRID SCR_019086).”

Paper Methods Section Example Microscope Description:

To describe the NINC PC in your paper’s methods section please modify this example: “Data was <processed, analyzed> using <software, e.g. Matlab, ImageJ> equipped with <relevant hardware specs from the above list, e.g. a Quadro RTX 6000 GPU>.”

Access and Training:

Access to the NINC PCs is restricted to users from NINC member labs. If your lab needs NINC membership please contact Daphne Druick in DMCBH Administration (ddruick@mail.ubc.ca) and cc Jeffrey LeDue (jledue@mail.ubc.ca) to arrange payment of membership fees. Training and help with research software setup is available through the Dynamic Brain Circuits cluster. Please contact Jeffrey LeDue (jledue@mail.ubc.ca) for more info.