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UITS Research Technologies' Service Areas

  • Analysis and software delivery and support

    Tools for analytics and big data research

  • Science gateways

    Web interfaces to supercomputers, massive storage, and shared workflows

  • Data storage

    High-quality storage services for fast access or large data sets

  • Computation

    Fast calculations, advanced simulations, and big data analysis

  • Visualization facilities
    and services

    Understanding advanced simulations and big data

  • Campus bridging: Connecting to local and national cyberinfrastructure

    Powerful resources as easy to use as your computer's peripheral devices

  • Education, outreach, and training (EOT)

    How RT can benefit your research and help with planning events

  • Grant support and custom for-fee services

    Help with proposals that require cyberinfrastructure

  • Cyberinfrastructure for arts & humanities

    Consulting for researchers in the arts & humanities

  • Services for biomedical, biological, and health-related research

    Clinical and genomic services, and services for HIPAA compliant workflows

  • Services in support of cyber risk mitigation

    Data Center and Cluster services to secure research data

  • Services for HIPAA compliant workflows

    Stay compliant with the many HIPAA Security Rule requirements


  • Beginning with the Indiana Genomics Initiative in 2000, I have witnessed first hand the evolution of IU's advanced computing environment. I have seen how advanced computing has become more and more critical to medical research and innovation, and watched as the IU computational resources have been deployed in ways that are more and more valuable to IU medical research. Big Red II will be a critical and strategic aid to accelerating new medical breakthroughs and enabling research that will improve human health.

    Craig Brater
    Dean & Walter J. Daly Professor IU School of Medicine
    VP for University Clinical Affairs