PTI operates an education, outreach, and training program that reaches thousands of individuals every year. These activities are aimed at members of the IU community, Indiana residents, K-12 educators, and national researchers. Many PTI training and outreach activities are available on the IU PTI YouTube channel.
Outreach & Training
IU’s cyberinfrastructure and informatics resources
Hoosiers & the general public
Cybersecurity and technology
Current CACR projects
CACR provides security guidance to the people of Indiana and the nation.
A free online publication, founded with support from the NSF. Science Node includes information for experts and non-experts alike, exploring the real-world impact of advanced computing and networks. Science Node covers tech-enabled advances in a wide variety of disciplines, ranging from science and engineering to the arts and humanities.
The Peebles Lectures in Information Technology series sponsors one lecture per academic year in areas of information technology relevant to research, teaching, or creative activity in academe.
K-12 and university education and training resources
Education and training resources
Events and curricula resources help entice the next generation of Hoosiers to have exciting careers in STEM fields.
Advances enabled by cyberinfrastructure, informatics, and computing
Each year OVPIT and SICE collaborate to put on a display of IU computer science, informatics, and
PTI hosts national and international conferences at IU frequently. Doing so enables a larger number of IU faculty, staff, and students to attend
UITS Monitor: Moving? Wanna sell your stuff?
April 17, 2019
Heart attack or panic attack?
Dr. Paul Musey uses REDCap, IU's web app for online surveys and databases, to study chest pain associated with anxiety
April 15, 2019
IU Herbarium goes digital
With help from Jetstream cloud technology, IU completes its five-year effort to digitize the more than 160,000 plant specimens
April 11, 2019
Pervasive Technology Institute
PTI enables innovation through collaboration. This helps further IU's mission of research, education, and engagement—both in and beyond Indiana.