UD's research cyberinfrastructure includes staff with experience and expertise in discipline-specific areas; software applications; scientific text-processing and thesis production; data management, analysis and security; collaboration technologies; national supercomputing activites and opportunities; and national networking trends.
Most importantly, the staff have a primary interest in furthering your research goals. Information Technologies' research support staff collaborate with faculty and departmental IT staff to help align our support with campus-wide and departmental needs.
We invite you to discuss your major research initiatives with us to see if central IT can offer support and to help us remain relevant to your needs.
Feel free to contact us for further information about our current services, listed below.
We offer one-on-one consulting in many areas to promote the effective use of UD's cyberinfrastructure for research.
- Programming tools, compilers & libraries
- Software development environments
- GIS and geospatial image processing
- Mathematical & statistical software
- Data management & data security
- Image database development & online deployment
- Survey design, deployment, analysis, reporting
- Scientific visualization tools
- Scientific text processing (TeX/LaTeX)
- Thesis/dissertation preparation in LaTeX & MS Word
- Teragrid: getting allocations, finding & using resources
- Internet2 and grid services
- Collaboration tools
Research proposal development
Use our short summaries of UD's centrally support servers, network or software. Consult with us about funding agencies' required data management plans. Consider possibilities of IT cost-sharing and collaboration.
Specialized data services
IT's research support staff have developed specialized knowledge of particular data resources or are UD representatives to their governing organizations.