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Visit the Wells Library on September 28 to learn how to enhance your research

Research Cyberinfrastructure Day brings together research experts, faculty and student researchers, and the Peebles Memorial Lecture

News and events Research and discovery Sep 14, 2022

On September 28, join UITS Research Technologies and the Pervasive Technology Institute at IU in the Wells Library at IU Bloomington for Research Cyberinfrastructure Day. Students, faculty, and staff are all welcome to learn how to take advantage of IU’s many advanced cyberinfrastructure resources for research.

Start your day at the Research Services Expo in the main lobby at 11am, where you can earn a t-shirt when you visit five tables with your Research Cyberinfrastructure Day passport card. Explore areas such as:

  • Advanced Media Lab
  • Advanced Visualization Lab
  • Amazon Web Services Cloud Research
  • B2B at B&H Photo Video
  • Biostatistics Consulting Center
  • Digital Methods, Teaching, and Project Planning for Arts & Humanities
  • Geode Online Storage & Scholarly Data Archive
  • GIS, RADaRS, Research Data Management, RDC
  • High Performance File Systems
  • HPC Applications, Analytics & Deep Learning Support
  • IT Training for Researchers
  • IU Journal of Undergraduate Research
  • IU REDCap
  • IU3D
  • Jetstream2
  • Office of Research Administration
  • Open Scholarship & Data @ IU Libraries
  • Research Design, Data Collection & Analysis Services
  • Research Engagement
  • Science Gateways for Research Computing
  • SecureMyResearch
  • Social Science Research Commons

At noon, join us in the Hazelbaker Lecture Hall in the Scholars’ Commons for lunch and the Peebles Memorial Lecture in Information Technology. You’ll hear from Dr. David J. Crandall, Luddy Professor of Computer Science and director of the Center for Machine Learning.

And don’t forget to visit the Research Technologies Student Poster Expo in the main lobby to see what research IU students are doing using advanced cyberinfrastructure resources. At 3pm, awards will be given for best overall poster, best use of high performance computing, and best visualization.

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