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Active Directory Class Rosters

IT professionals use Active Directory (AD) class rosters to control student access to electronic resources based on a student’s enrollment in courses and major for every term, course, section, and division.  

AirWatch

AirWatch (Mobile Device Management) allows campus units to purchase IOS and MacOS applications from the App Store and install them on unit-owned and personally-owned phones and tablets without violating state policies. This service also allows the configuration of security and other policies on devices to asssit a user in configuration.

Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a secure cloud services platform, offering compute power, database storage, content delivery and other functionality  to help organizations and researchers move faster, lower IT costs, and scale.

Amazon Web Services Provisioning (Engineering)

Description from Amazon: Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a secure cloud services platform, offering compute power, database storage, content delivery and other functionality. It is effectively a datacenter in the cloud. Campus has a contract to allow use of AWS on campus accounts and with a discount.

Big Fix

IT professionals can centrally manage and protect physical or virtual mobile devices, laptops, desktops, and servers through configuration, patch, power and inventory management, security evaluation, and planned software rollouts.

Biomedical Imaging Center the Beckmann Institute, Univesrity of Illinois.

We are a unit of the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The Center traces its heritage to the Biomedical Magnetic Resonance Laboratory founded at the University of Illinois by Professor Paul Lauterbur, a winner of the Nobel Prize in Medicine. We are a state-of-the-art biomedical imaging facility committed to the development of cutting edge techniques which integrate magnetic resonance methods with other imaging techniques, including optical imaging, eye-tracking, EEG and MEG.

Blue Waters

Blue Waters is one of the most powerful supercomputers in the world, and is the fastest supercomputer on a university campus. Scientists and engineers across the country use the computing and data power of Blue Waters to tackle a wide range of challenging problems, from predicting the behavior of complex biological systems to simulating the evolution of the cosmos

Campus Monitoring

Campus Service Monitoring provides device, service, and metric monitoring, alerting, and reporting.  

Center for Advanced Electronics Through Machine Learning (CAEML)

CAEML's vision is to enable fast, accurate design and verification of microelectronic circuits and systems by creating machine learning algorithms to derive models used for electronic design automation. The center aims to speed up the design and verification of microelectronic circuits and systems, reducing development cost and time-to-market for manufacturers of microelectronic products, especially integrated circuits.

Center for Computational Biotechnology and Genomic Medicine (CCBGM)

An NSF Industry/University Cooperative Research Center. The multidisciplinary group will comprise companies that address biology, computers, and big data, initially addressing four challenges in genomic biology: Genotypic Determinants of Human Disease,Understanding How Microbiomes Affect Health, Agriculture, and the Environment,Detection of Genomic Variation,Gene Network Analysis.

Center for Microanalysis of Materials

The Center for Microanalysis of Materials (CMM) provides researchers with open access for self-use to a comprehensive array of modern nanostructural and nanochemical analysis techniques including electron microscopy, scanning probe microscopy, surface microanalysis, X-ray scattering, and ion-beam spectroscopies. These instruments are maintained, operated and developed by professional scientists who teach instrument use and assist in interpretation of results.

Center for Simulation of Advanced Rockets (CSAR): Software Framework for Advanced Rocket Simulation

The Center for Simulation of Advanced Rockets (CSAR) is one of five university-based research centers funded by the U.S. Department of Energy as part of its Advanced Simulation and Computing (ASCI) program. The principal goal of CSAR is detailed, integrated, whole-system simulation of solid propellant rockets under both normal and abnormal operating conditions.

ChaNGa - Computational Cosmology and N-Body Codes

Scientific application of Parallel Programming Lab-Cosmological simulation framework "ChaNGa"

CI-Know (Environmental Cyber Infrastructure Demonstrator)

The CI-KNOW system mines the knowledge network associated with research communities' use of cyberinfrastructure tools, using provenance information and relational metadata from a metadata store through Tupelo 2 to create context-specific recommendations for CyberCollaboratory users. A network navigation portlet allows users to locate colleagues, documents, data or analytic tools in the knowledge network visually and to explore their networks. An internal auditing portal offers administrators diagnostics for assessing the growth and health of the entire knowledge network.

Cloud Computing TestBed (CCT)

In collaboration with Hewlett-Packard, Intel, and Yahoo!, Illinois is developing an experimental testbed for data-intensive applications using distributed "cloud" computational resources. The global partnership, which also includes the National Science Foundation (NSF), the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA), and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany, will result in the establishment of a globally distributed, Internet-scale testing environment for advanced research in cloud computing infrastructure and services.

Cloud Dashboard

The Cloud Dashboard is a one-stop enrollment portal for cloud-based applications managed by Technology Services such as Google Apps @ Illinois and U of I Box.

Cognitive Computation Group @ Illinois-software packages and data

Our research focuses on the computational foundations of intelligent behavior. We develop theories and systems pertaining to intelligent behavior using a unified methodology -- at the heart of which is the idea that learning has a central role in intelligence.

College of Applied Health Sciences Research Support / Office of Information, Security, and Technology (OIST)

Provide or help find solutions for faculty, staff, and students needs that are based on technology in general, and in information technology in particular, which are oriented to support and improve research, teaching, and outreach

Computational Aeroacoustics Laboratory

Directed by Professor D. J. Bodony. Computational and analytical studies of the generation and propagation of sound in engineering and biological systems. Current research includes noise prediction and control of supersonic turbulent jets, prediction of performance of acoustic liners, acoustic-thermal-structural response of high speed boundary layers, and generation of sound by combustion and its by-products.

Computational Astrodynamic Research Laboratory (CARL)

Directed by Professor V. L. Coverstone. Computational tools are designed and developed to optimize and visualize spacecraft trajectories. Modeling and simulating interplanetary low-thrust solar-electric and solar sailing missions as well as spacecraft attitude maneuvers are of current interest. The laboratory consists of several workstations and PC's.

Computational Solid Mechanics and Aeroelasticity Lab (CSMAL)

Linux workstations used for code development, for pre-processing, and for the post-processing of results of simulations performed on the CSE and NCSA supercomputers.In this lab, computational tools are developed for various issues associated with fracture mechanics, composite manufacturing, fluid/structure interaction, and other research topics in solid mechanics and aeroelasticity.

Computer Registration

Use the Computer Registration tool to register any of your network/wifi capable devices such as your Computer, Xbox, Playstation, iPad etc. In the event that your device is lost/stolen, we have the necessary information at hand to aid in recovering it. 

Computer Science (CS) VM Farm - Engineering

If you are an instructor in CS and want to provide VMs for your students, this is probably the correct choice. Available to: CS class instructors Instructor provides specifications for an image which is used to create all student VMs. Operating Systems Available: Windows or Linux

Cosmos

Cosmos provides a local source for installation software, updates, and security patches for the more prevalent open source operating systems, primarily the most popular Linux distributions.

CyberCollaboratory

The NCSA CyberCollaboratory is a portal environment which contains services for users engaged in environmental engineering and hydrological sciences. Built on the open source Liferay portal, the CyberCollaboratory contains customized JSR-168 compliant portlets to call workflow and modeling services, data management tools, collaboration tools, document repositories, recommender systems, and other capabilities.
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