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• Effective on 01-Mar-2023, University-provided Google storage accounts will be limited to 15GB.
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• Effective IMMEDIATELY, the Computer Support email address is no longer in service.
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Computational Facilities

Along with all University of Arizona faculty and staff, Steward has access to world-class high-performance computing facilities. High-Performance Computing resources are managed by UITS and are available at

Computer Support Group

The Steward Observatory Computer Support Group (CSG) is a service unit supporting and enhancing Steward Observatory’s ability to fulfill its scientific objectives by providing effective and systematic technology support. We are committed to advancing our technological base: improving research and student learning, and collaborating with other campus technology divisions to enhance our infrastructure.

CSG supports and works collaboratively with all three communities of Steward Observatory: staff, faculty, and students. The members of the CSG are:

  • Kiriaki Xiluri-Lauria
        (520) 626-1582
  • Joe Pawlicki
        (520) 621-7654
  • Alexander Danehy
        (520) 621-4014
  • Philip Pinto, Faculty Representative

Computing and IT Committee

Some useful links maintained by the CSG follow.

If you have a Computer Support related question, please submit a request through this web portal: 

Computer Support Policy / Registration Form (pdf file)

Mail List Aliases (requires login)

CSG Tools (requires login)


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