2008 to Present: Deprtment of Scientific Computing (DSC)
2005 to 2008: School of Computational Science (SCS)
1999 to 2004: Computational Science and Information Technology (CSIT)
1984 to 1999: Supercomputer Computations Research Institute (SCRI)
The Supercomputer Computations Research Institute (SCRI) at Florida State University was founded by Joseph Lannutti in 1984. SCRI (now DSC) was housed on the fourth floor of the Dirac Science Center Library. This institute was composed of a group of faculty, staff, and students who perform a wide variety of computationally intensive scientific research. In the midst of a major comprehensive research university and with its existing equipment and experienced personnel, SCRI supported interdisciplinary and inter-institutional collaborations. SCRI also consisted of a number of in-house computationally-intensive focus teams of scientists, mathematicians, and computer scientists doing research in applications areas which served as nuclei or vital components for significant collaborations. These focus teams were responsible for maintaining a dialogue with all members of the collaborations regarding facilities, research developments, and technical support at SCRI.
... to 1984: Florida State University Computing Center (FSUCC)