ARCHIVED: Scholarly cyberinfrastructureIndiana University's scholarly and artistic cyberinfrastructure combines world-class supercomputing systems, storage systems, networking, and visualization systems with proven professional training, consultation, and support. The environment combines deep human expertise, robust systems, software, and services, and advances in computer science and informatics to address the needs of researchers and their collaborators on the local, national, and international stage, enabling new types of research, pedagogy, creative activity, and community impact.
Supercomputers, grid and cloud computing
|Supercomputers||Big Red II, Karst, Quarry, Mason, Research Database Complex|
|ARCHIVED: Grid computing||XSEDE, FutureGrid, I-Light, Open Science Grid|
|Cloud computing services||Fee-based, on-demand "Cluster as a Service" (CaaS)|
|Scientific applications||Bioinformatics applications, genome analysis software, research databases and Web Services|
|Statistical and mathematical software||Mathematica, MATLAB, R, SAS, SPSS, and more|
Data analysis and visualization services
|ARCHIVED: At IU, what is the Advanced Visualization Lab?||Advanced Digital Arts and Media, Scalable Visualization and Virtual Reality, Visualization Displays and Systems|
|GIS and remote sensing||GIS and remote sensing software, technical support, spatial data resources, educational opportunities|
|Long-term storage||Secure, archival storage for research data|
|ARCHIVED: Temporary storage||Network-attached home directories, local and shared scratch space, web-based file sharing for research data|
|IU Cyberinfrastructure Gateway||Centralized web interface for research computing at IU|
|SciGaP project||Developing a hosted "Platform as a Service" (PaaS) to broaden the development of web-based science gateways|
|ARCHIVED: Science Gateways Group||Advanced consulting support for researchers building science gateways|
For more, see IU's advanced scholarly & artistic cyberinfrastructure.