Nine MEM-C computing nodes have been recently acquired and added to the MSF’s offerings. This new shared facility, integrated in the UW Hyak high-performance computing (HPC) ecosystem, supports computational materials science and data science research within MEM-C and in the broader materials science research community. This resource is accessible to all UW researchers through UW Hyak’s “checkpoint” access system, where other users can identify and access idle nodes across the cluster. UW Hyak HPC also provides computer hours to the national Open Science Grid (OSG). Training is provided through the UW eScience Software Carpentry program and computational science courses including the Computational Chemistry, Materials and Device Modeling, and Nanotechnology Modeling classes.