IU’s high-performance computing expertise, stature, and service to the U.S. research community continues to grow. With the renewal and expansion of Jetstream, the nation’s first production science and engineering research cloud system, the National Science Foundation’s investment in IU-led computing systems exceeds more than $50 million since 2010.
Bringing cyberinfrastructure to the nation
Jetstream2: AI for everyone
Jetstream2 allows researchers and educators access to cutting-edge resources regardless of project scale, giving rise to the motto “AI for everyone.” IU is using virtual infrastructure to provide more access to high-end technology, which in turn enables deep learning and artificial intelligence techniques.Learn about Jetstream2
IU plays a leadership role in two of five National Science Foundation (NSF) awards to enable research in a wide range of fields from human health and genomics to weather patterns and ocean currents. These awards, totaling $30M, are part of the Advanced Cyberinfrastructure Coordination Ecosystem: Services & Support, or ACCESS, program.Learn about ACCESS
The INDIANA project
The In-Network Distributed Infrastructure for Advanced Network Applications (INDIANA) project aims to optimize smart network infrastructure for environments involving sensors and instruments at the network’s edge. The INDIANA project aims to create a nontraditional, in-network computational approach to make big data management highly efficient.