Research Projects

Current and Past Research Projects

Current Projects


NSF 1842042
CI CoE provides expertise and active support to cyberinfrastructure practitioners at NSF Major Facilities in order to accelerate the data lifecycle and ensure the integrity and effectiveness of the cyberinfrastructure...
NSF 1664162
The Pegasus project encompasses a set of technologies that help workflow-based applications execute in a number of different environments including desktops, campus clusters, grids, and clouds. Pegasus bridges the scientific...
DOE DE-SC0012636M
Provide a resource for the collection, analysis, and sharing of performance data about end-to-end scientific workflows executing on DOE facilities.
NSF 1741040
This interdisciplinary project tackles the data challenge of data analysis of molecular dynamics simulations on the next-generation supercomputers. Specifically, this effort combines machine learning and data analytics approaches, workflow management...
NSF 2042054
This study comprises three main research questions related to NSF large facilities and CI during the pandemic: (a) What types of research activities remain "business as usual" and what types...
NSF 2018074
This project will provide an architecture and tools that will enable scientists to include edge computing devices in their computational workflows. This capability is critical for low latency and ultra-low...
NSF 1826997
Coupled with innovations in network-aware workflow management, DyNamo will bridge a crucial gap between data-driven, observational science workflows and novel network mechanisms and services through engagement with domain scientists from...
NSF 1839900
The IRIS project develops an appropriate threat model and incorporate it in an integrity introspection, correlation and analysis framework that collects application and infrastructure data and uses statistical and machine...
NSF 1923539
WRENCH enables novel avenues for scientific workflow use, research, development, and education in the context of large-scale scientific computations and data analyses. WRENCH is an open-source library for developing simulators....
NSF 2028930
The project recruits a cross-disciplinary community working together in three virtual mini-workshops called virtual world cafes to define, design, implement, and use a set of solutions for robust science.
NSF 2016619
The goal of the workflowsRI project is to engage with representatives from the workflows community – including researchers, developers, science and engineering users, and cyberinfrastructure experts.
NSF 2041901
Advancing Reproducibility in Multi-Messenger Astrophysics
The project provides the astrophysics community with a transformative building block to a roadmap for reproducible open science. Findings about the reproducibility process of the EHT and NICER results are...
AFRL
V-RAM: TSS Vulnerability-Risk Assessment & Mitigation
The goal of this project is to enable researchers and design experts to expand the state-of-the art in ASIC design through novel cyberinfrastructure and workflow tools that accelerate every phase...
NSF
The OSG provides common service and support for resource providers and scientific institutions using a distributed fabric of high throughput computational services. The OSG does not own resources but provides...
NSF
XSEDE is an NSF-funded virtual organization that integrates and coordinates the sharing of advanced digital services – including supercomputers and high-end visualization and data analysis resources – with researchers nationally...
NIH
The Center for Collaborative Genetic Studies on Mental Disorders produces, stores, and distributes clinical data and biomaterials (DNA samples and cell lines) available in the NIMH Human Genetics Initiative. The...
NSF 1612843
The SimCenter will provide modeling and simulation tools using a new open-source framework that: (1) addresses various natural hazards, such as windstorms, storm surge, tsunamis, and earthquakes; (2) tackles complex,...
NSF 1826632
The project uses an exploratory sequential mixed methods design, which begins with exploratory activities and builds to more systematic testing of research questions concerning how particular user preferences influence student...

 

Past Projects


Reproducibility and Cyberinfrastructure for Computational and Data-Enabled Science
NSF 1941443 – 2019-2021
SWIP: Secure and Resilient Architecture: Scientific Workflow Integrity with Pegasus
NSF 1642053 – 2016-2020
ADAMANT: Adaptive Data-Aware Multi-domain Application Network Introduction Topologies
NSF 1246057 – 2013-2014
NIH –
CorralWMS: Integrated Resource Provisioning Across the National CI in Support of Scientific Workloads
NSF 0943725 – 2009-2013