Through one-on-one assistance with the Research Software Collaborative Services (RSCS), a U of I research group was able to optimize its project workflow, automate results, and improve data accuracy and analysis, accelerating research to help improve infant formula.
In honor of Greg Gulick, the late Interim Chief Information Officer of the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Amazon Web Services has graciously gifted $100,000 in AWS credits for research projects focused on combating cancer or COVID-19. Learn more about Greg, the award, and how to submit a proposal.
What we’ve learned over the past seven years is that when researchers come to Research IT, they are often in search of an easy and secure way to conduct research participant surveys. In 2019, a multi-unit collaboration launched the Illinois Research Electronic Data Capture, or Illinois REDCap, as a response to the resounding requests of faculty across disciplines at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
The Illinois Campus Cluster Program, a high performance compute cluster available to researchers at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, now offers a free, all-online training that teaches how to get started with HPC.
Stats/Data Consulting team plans to provide consulting services during the holidays that is during the period :
Nov 23rd- 25th 2020
Jan 4th - 15th 2021
Drop In Hours - 12 - 4 PM
Prerequisite - Clients will need to email to set up an appointment at least 24 hours in advance. There will be graduate students "On Call" for specific days.
Please visit - https://researchit.illinois.edu/resource/73
Through the collaborative help of the consulting resources at Scholarly Commons, Research IT, and Field Consulting, the Corr-Proust project research team built a low-code, low-cost, personalized content management interface that allowed them to focus on their research rather than their workflow.
The National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, alongside fellow consortium members of the C3.ai Digital Transformation Institute (C3.ai DTI), awards $5.4 million to accelerate artificial intelligence (AI) research to mitigate the COVID-19 pandemic. Twenty-six projects will receive funding for research that strives toward addressing COVID-19 across multiple disciplines including medicine, urban planning, public policy, and computer science, and its impact on racial, economic, and healthcare disparities.