Indiana University

Research Technologies

The mission of the Research Technologies division of UITS is to develop, deliver, and support advanced technology solutions that enable new possibilities in research, scholarly endeavors, and creative activity at Indiana University and beyond; and to complement this with education and technology translation activities to improve the quality of life of people in Indiana, the nation, and the world.

Research Technologies leadership

Craig Stewart, PhD
Associate Dean, Research Technologies
Executive Director, Pervasive Technology Institute (PTI)

Matthew Link
Director, Systems

Eric Wernert
Director, Visualization and Analytics

William K. Barnett, PhD
Director, Science Community Tools
Director, National Center for Genome Analysis Support (NCGAS)

Therese Miller
Manager, Collaboration and Engagement for Research Technologies

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Research Technologies organizational chart

Research Technologies teams

Advanced Biomedical IT Core Support for medical researchers using advanced information technologies provided by Research Technologies and the Pervasive Technology Institute (PTI)
Advanced Visualization Laboratory Consulting and support for scientific visualization, virtual reality, high-end computer graphics, and visual telecollaboration
Campus Bridging and Research Infrastructure Services supporting the development of regional and national cyberinfrastructures to promote widespread growth in collaborative scientific research
Collaboration and Engagement Support Grant support for IU researchers and their collaborators; development of education, outreach, and training activities; services supporting collaboration and the translation of innovation into meaningful improvements in the quality of life
High Performance File Systems Development and management of high-speed, high-bandwidth file systems enabling collaboration between researchers at all IU campuses and other sites throughout the US
High Performance Systems Management of centralized supercomputer-class computing systems dedicated to research, and associated support services
High Throughput Computing Development and management of infrastructure enabling large-scale, high-throughput computing for scientific research
National Center for Genome Analysis Support (NCGAS) Support for federally funded researchers undertaking genome science critical to new opportunities in biological discovery
Research Analytics Support for statistical and mathematical software
Research Storage Management of storage infrastructure for academic, research, and administrative computing, and associated support services
Science Gateway Group Software development and advanced consulting for researchers building web portals for grid and cloud applications
Scientific Applications and Performance Tuning Programming support for effective use of high-performance research systems