Software development: Software for analyzing scientific data requires an extensive, robust, and reliable cyberinfrastructure. And, to realize its full benefits, this cyberinfrastructure must be as accessible and usable as web browsers have made access to the internet. NCSA develops the tools and integrated, end-to-end software systems – cyberenvironments – required to meet the challenge.
Applications support: Scientists and researchers across disciplines use the cyberinfrastructure, both developing their own software and using community codes. NCSA provides computational and domain experience to ensure the best use of the cyberinfrastructure, from systems at NCSA such as Delta to national resources such as those connected by the Advanced Cyberinfrastructure Coordination Ecosystem: Services & Support (ACCESS).
NCSA software development and applications support fuels discovery, community endeavors, economic development and the Illinois academic community. We look forward to working with you. If you’re:
Need something else, for example, software developers for your project or proposal? Contact Daniel S. Katz, Chief Scientist or Kenton McHenry, Deputy Director for Scientific Software and Applications
Associate Director for Software