Cyberinfrastructure training & infoshares
Research computing support at IU
On this page:
- System-specific help
- Software support
- Programming help
- Short- and long-term consulting
- HIPAA security consulting
The High Performance Systems (HPS) team operates and supports IU's research supercomputers. For documentation on each system, see:
If you have a system-specific question, contact the HPS team.
Research Desktop (RED)
The RED development team, part of the Research Analytics and Deep Learning (RADL) unit of Research Technologies, provides support to users of the Research Desktop (RED) graphical desktop service.
If you are using Research Desktop (RED) and need help or have questions, use this form to contact the Research Desktop development team directly.
Research storage systems
The Research Storage team operates and supports the Scholarly Data Archive (SDA), and home directory and Geode-Project space on IU's research supercomputers. If you have questions about the SDA, or your home directory or Geode-Project space, or need help with HPSS tools, such as HSI and HTAR, contact the Research Storage team.
High performance file systems
The High Performance File Systems (HPFS) team operates and supports the Slate and Slate-Project high-performance file systems that are mounted on IU's research supercomputers. If you have questions about using your Slate or Slate-Project space, contact the HPFS team.
Advanced Visualization Lab systems and facilities
The Advanced Visualization Lab (AVL) team operates and supports advanced media and interactive visualization systems and facilities that help IU researchers extract knowledge from their data, and enable IU students, educators, and artists express their creative visions. If you have questions about using an AVL system or facility, contact the AVL.
Programming tools and scientific, statistical, and mathematical software
The Research Applications and Deep Learning (RADL) team manages the site licenses for the scientific, statistical, and mathematical applications available on IU's research supercomputers. If you need help or have questions about using any of the programming tools, or scientific, statistical, or mathematical applications on IU's research supercomputers, contact the UITS Research Applications and Deep Learning team.
Bioinformatics and genome analysis software
The National Center for Genome Analysis Support (NCGAS) provides support for the bioinformatics and genome analysis software available on IU's research supercomputers. If you need help or have questions about using the bioinformatics and genome analysis packages at IU, contact NCGAS.
UITS Geographic Information System (GIS) Services provides access to GIS software, and technical support to users. For technical support or questions about GIS software across all IU campuses, contact UITS GIS Services.
Visualization and advanced media software
Advanced Visualization Lab (AVL) consultants help with visualization, interaction, and advanced media software used in AVL facilities. To request help, contact the AVL.
The Research Applications and Deep Learning (RADL) team provides programming support to IU researchers, and can help migrate, optimize, and parallelize your advanced scientific code. To request programming support for your research project, contact the UITS Research Applications and Deep Learning team.
Short- and long-term consulting
The RADL, NCGAS, and AVL units also offer short- and long-term consulting services to help IU researchers effectively use scientific, statistical, mathematical, bioinformatics, genome analysis, and visualization software. RADL staff also provides extended consulting for researchers facing complicated, sophisticated programming challenges.
To inquire about each team's consulting services, use the contact links provided above.
HIPAA security consulting
email@example.com. SecureMyResearch provides self-service resources and one-on-one consulting to help IU researchers, faculty, and staff meet cybersecurity and compliance requirements for processing, storing, and sharing regulated and unregulated research data; for more, see About SecureMyResearch. To learn more about properly ensuring the safe handling of PHI on UITS systems, see the UITS IT Training video Securing HIPAA Workflows on UITS Systems. To learn about division of responsibilities for securing PHI, see Shared responsibility model for securing PHI on UITS systems.
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