Research Technologies provides robust and reliable systems and services that enable computing research experimentation and implementation, and which amplify the talents and visions of local and national researchers in a wide range of scientific domains. Research Technologies designs, deploys, and administers the world-class supercomputing and storage systems that make up the hardware component of Indiana University’s advanced cyberinfrastructure, as well as the core services which support the effective use of these systems. The goal of this research computing environment is to enable new types of research, pedagogy, creative activity, and community impact. This environment combines deep human expertise, robust systems and services, and advances in computer science and informatics to address the needs of researchers and their collaborators on the local, national, and international stage.
The Research Technologies Systems group supports the majority of these computational and storage resources.
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