If you are an IU faculty or staff member, IU student, or a sponsored affiliated researcher, you can request access to IU’s research systems and services, including computational systems and research storage accounts.
Requesting an account
If you are working on a research project that requires supercomputing or data storage, UITS can provide the access you need.
A centralized, high-performance Lustre file system designed for the persistent storage of scholarly data to meet the needs of data-intensive workflows and analytics running on IU’s research supercomputers.
A distributed storage service co-located at IU data centers in Bloomington and Indianapolis that provides extensive capacity for storing and accessing research data. Offers large-scale archival or near-line data storage.
IU's newest research supercomputer, a Cray Shasta supercomputer designed to support scientific and medical research, and advanced research in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and data analytics.
IU’s high-throughput computing cluster designed to deliver large amounts of processing capacity over long periods of time. Note: Karst was retired from service in December of 2020. Data in Karst home directories remains accessible from the other IU research supercomputers until December 31, 2021.