Welcome to CCCF
TIFR Computer Center is responsible for providing computing and networking facilities to TIFR users and groups. Computing has become an essential tool for almost all scientific research. At TIFR, computers are extensively used both in scientific computation as well as in preparation and publication of scientific papers.
Scientific data and papers on research carried out by the TIFR members are archived on computers, often in a form accessible over the network. Moreover, most scientists make a heavy use of Internet and email facilities for scientific literature access and collaboration. TIFR also uses computers for processing of administrative and accounting data.
Services offered by the computer center include internet and telephone connectivity, software distribution, and central computing facility.
The Computer Center is open from 8.30 a.m. to 9.00 p.m. on every working day. The help desk is open from 9.00 a.m. to 8.45 p.m. on all working days and available by dialing 2121 on internal phones.
If absolutely necessary, CC services can be availed till 10:00 pm on any specific date ONLY with two days prior intimation over email to the cc @ tifr.res.in stating the specific need.
The Telephone Exchange is open from 9.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. on all working days. The help desk is open from 9.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. on every working day and available by dialing 9 or 2000 on internal phones.
The web based Service Request System is available at all times. Service requests are logged and serviced while the help desk is open.
CC will be serving specific user requests(e.g. Important conferences requiring additional infrastructural wired / wireless services) outside the SRS system under the following policy guidelines
Services offered by the computer center include internet and telephone connectivity, printing, software distribution, and central computing facility.
The TIFR local area network consists of many servers and workstations interconnected by a backbone of fiber optic cable, UTP cables, and wireless routers. A 1600 line exchange provides voice communication. It supports both digital and analog extensions.
The Computer Center is responsible for maintaining licences and distributing licenced copies of software which is widely used within the institute. These include anti-virus software, compilers, CAD/CAM software.
Central Computing Facility
The central computing facility consists of general purpose computing services as well as some high-performance computing facilities.
The Computer Center coordinates planning and security of the Institute's communications, computation, network, and information architecture facilities through interactions with systems administrators and information publishers in various departments and sections. To this end it develops in-house software where needed. It also provides centralized mail, web publication and rudimentary printing and archival services.