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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.

Biostatistical services provided by the Illinois Biostatistics Core at IHSI

IHSI offers biostatistical consulting and analysis services in support of health-related research. These services include study design, power/sample size calculation, interpretation of results, assistance with grant applications and more. For rate information, please click the headline. To request a no-cost consultation meeting, please complete this form:

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

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 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"

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.

Code Repository for CSE at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Collection of Github repositories from Workshops by CSE@UIUC

Such as:

  • matlab-sp17 -  Matlab  
  • python-sp17 - Jupyter Notebook 
  • fluent-sp17
  • hpc-sp17 - High-Performance Computing Workshops by CSE@UIUC
  • abaqus-sp17 -  Python 

Top languages

  • CSS
  • HTML  
  • Matlab  
  • Python 
  • Jupyter Notebook

Code Repository for Software Carpentry at Urbana-Champaign

A collection of repositories from past and present Software Carpentry workshops.

Includes, repositories from workshops such as:

  • A 2-hour workshop on Python testing and Continuous Integration.
  • Software Carpentry introduction to Git for novices.
  • Software Carpentry introduction to the shell for novices.
  • Software Carpentry introduction to R for novices using inflammation data.
  • Lesson on spreadsheets for social scientists.


Top languages

  • Python
  • HTML  
  • R

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.


The CyberDashboard is a stand-alone Java application that accompanies and communicates with the CyberCollaboratory portal through a publish/subscribe messaging service using the event broker. Users download the CyberDashboard to their desktop and subscribe to portal monitoring services. Information regarding workflows, user activities, and other activities in the portal is passed to/from the CyberDashboard through the event manager.

Embodied Learning Augmented through Simulation Theaters for Interacting with Cross-Cutting Concepts in Science

Embodied Learning Augmented through Simulation Theaters for Interacting with Cross-Cutting Concepts in Science) is an NSF Cyberlearning research project conducted by an interdisciplinary team of learning scientists and computer scientists at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The goal of this project is explore ways that body movement can be used to enhance learning of "big ideas" in science. We are developing new techniques for tracking and recognizing the hand and body movements of K12 learners so that they can interact in expressive ways with simulations from a range of topic areas in geology, chemistry, biology, etc.


With an increasingly urbanized and mobile population, the likelihood of a worldwide pandemic is increasing. With rising input sizes and strict deadlines for simulation results, e.g., for real-time planning during the outbreak of an epidemic, we must expand the use of high performance computing (HPC) approaches and, in particular, push the boundaries of scalability for this application area. EpiSimdemics simulates epidemic diffusion in extremely large and realistic social contact networks. It captures dynamics among co-evolving entities. Such applications typically involve large-scale, irregular graph processing, which makes them difficult to scale due to irregular communication, load imbalance, and the evolutionary nature of their workload.

Faucets - Shared Computing Power

The Faucets project was carried out in the context of grids in early-mid 2000s. Some of the research that we carried out under Faucets projects is becoming increasingly relevant today. E.g. malleable jobs and market-driven pricing are gaining importance in HPC in cloud scenarios.


To request an ATLAS FormBuilder website, please fill out this page and click SUBMIT. Once we have collected all details of what you need, our normal turnaround time to produce a live site is two weeks. This lets us fit the work in to our schedule, and produce an initial sample site for you to review before it goes live.

Genemapper software

GeneMapper® Software is a flexible genotyping software package that provides DNA sizing and quality allele calls for all Life Technologies¬Æ electrophoresis-based genotyping systems.The GeneMapper Remote Desktop is shared among all of the researchers who make use of our facility for fragment analysis applications.

Geospatial Image To Learn (GeoLearn)

The motivation for developing Geospatial Image To Learn (GeoLearn) comes from hydroclimatology and terrestrial hydrology. The research and development in this area addresses the scientific questions about causes and consequences of hydrologic variables through phenomenology, modeling, and synthesis.

GPU Center of Excellence

As an NVIDIA Center of Excellence, Illinois is recognized as a primary collaborator with NVIDIA, and has received research funding and equipment to expand that working relationship. Recent NVIDIA support has included 32 QuadroPlex Model 4 systems, each outfitted with 64 graphics processing units (GPUs). These systems have been incorporated into a 16-node CUDA cluster, which is managed by NCSA as a key component of Illinois's parallel computing facilities.


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Healthcare Engineering Systems Centre

Aross-simulator-templatet Health Care Engineering Systems Center we apply our expertise in the broad areas of Surgical Simulation, Health Care Monitoring, Robotics and Devices, Materials and Mechanics, and Human Factors/Industrial Ergonomics and Design (and related areas) to develop collaborative projects that could be used to improve health care education and delivery. Our research, through the Jump ARCHES partnership, is expected to generate the leverage required to fund translational research, discover new technologies and bring them to practical use in order to improve healthcare outcomes. Our focus is on applying technologies which have been introduced to practice and tested for clinical or simulation use. Our studies will demonstrate improved clinical outcomes, cost reductions, and improved quality through simulation.

High Performance Computing in the Cloud

The goal of our research is to evaluate HPC performance in cloud, identify performance bottlenecks, and address them through HPC-aware cloud schedulers and cloud-aware parallel runtime system. With its adaptivity features, Charm++ is naturally suited for deployment in cloud infrastructures.

HPCBio Genome and Transcription Sequence Analysis Service

HPCBio was created to address the need for a structure that could supply infrastructure, user support and training, and R&D capability in computational genomics to the Illinois research community. HPCBio provides a single, straightforward point of access, open to researchers from all campus units, helping them to find solutions to their biomedical data management and analysis problems.

Illinois-Intel Parallelism Center(Universal Parallel Computing Research Center (UPCRC ILLINOIS))

The Illinois-Intel Parallelism Center's mission is advancing the state of the art in parallel architectures, software, and applications, in order to provide technical results and insights useful in the areas of energy/power-efficient and easy to program portable devices. The research being done at the University of Illinois, with support from Intel, spans multiple research areas is organized around three key projects: Acrobatics, AvaScholar, and SafeSpeed.

Illinois Statistics Office: Statistical Consulting and Research

The Illinois Statistics Office provides advanced statistical consulting and cutting-edge research support for planning your study, developing the statistical models and analyzing the data. We consult with university researchers and administrative units, private and public companies and government organizations. We can provide targeted statistical methods development as well as established, best-practice analysis. For individual researchers we provide advice and collaboration for the statistical components of grant proposals including power analysis, identification of appropriate statistical methodology, data management and statistical report writing. For companies we take contracts and provide solutions to business obstacles and resources to manipulate huge data sets. Our ability and skills in statistical methodology and communication makes our services valuable to clients ranging from Government entities, midsized businesses to research institutes.

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