IU School of Informatics and Computing assistant professors Apu Kapadia and David Crandall, with $1.2M in NSF funding, are studying the privacy implications of the increase in public image gathering by such wearable devices as Google Glass. Their work focuses on the sociological and technological perspectives of so-called "lifelogging," and on the development of tools to help people manage their privacy
IU's Lance Farrell US desk editor for International Science Grid This Week
The weekly online science magazine iSGTW covers worldwide scientific research enabled by distributed computing, such as grid and cloud technologies. Indiana University is the home base for iSGTW's US desk editor, through the support of a National Science Foundation grant.
Herron announces the Think It Make It Lab, where art, design and technology converge
Herron School of Art and Design's Think It Make It Lab is a new physical space that will help IUPUI art and design students experience the broad applications of design, production and fabrication in a variety of fields. OVPIT contributed to this project and AVL staff can help prepare data, use equipment, and assist staff and collaborators.
2014 a record year for Indiana University federal IT grants
Indiana University tech researchers won more than $20 million in highly competitive federal IT research grants in 2014. These awards create advanced IT tools used by researchers for medical and scientific breakthroughs and further illustrate IU's growing IT strengths.
XSEDE15, the 4th annual conference, will showcase the discoveries, innovations, challenges and achievements of those who utilize and support XSEDE resources and services, as well as other digital resources and services throughout the world.