November 9, 2016. The expo highlights many of the resources available to IU faculty, staff, and students to advance their research or academic career as well as vendors who help make the Expo possible. The Peebles Memorial Lectures in Information Technology series commemorates decades of service given to Indiana University by Dr. Christopher S. Peebles, former associate vice president for research and academic computing and dean for information technology. Visit the Expo page to see the services represented at the Expo and to learn more about the lecture.
Explore the service areas below or search on http://one.iu.edu to learn how IU cyberinfrastructure can help advance your scientific or academic research. We have knowledgable people who can help you match the right tools to your work.
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Tools for analytics and big data research
Web interfaces to supercomputers, massive storage, and shared workflows
High-quality storage services for fast access or large data sets
Fast calculations, advanced simulations, and big data analysis
Understanding advanced simulations and big data
Powerful resources as easy to use as your computer's peripheral devices
How RT can benefit your research and help with planning events
Help with proposals that require cyberinfrastructure
Consulting for researchers in the arts & humanities
Clinical and genomic services, and services for HIPAA compliant workflows
Data Center and Cluster services to secure research data
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.