Research using digital technologies has brought together faculty from business and medicine, engineering and nursing, and fine arts and mathematics. Our goal at UI2 is to connect faculty members with the research partners and funding they need to study, design, develop and apply digital technologies.
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*The information provided here is drawn from UCV and is updated once a year. The first full population of the database is expected by March 2021.
Several university hubs of data science are available to faculty members looking for a research partner or mentor, referring potential students to resources, or looking for sources of funding for seed grants or other funding:
Center for Data Science
The Center for Data Science is an initiative of several university colleges and departments (Mathematics, Computing, Biomedical Informatics, Information Systems) to develop and support digital technology certificates ,including a searchable webpage for students interested in advancing their educations.Read More
A joint venture between Marriott Library and the colleges of Humanities, Fine Arts and Architecture+Planning, Digital Matters is the umbrella for an initiative providing computationally enhanced humanities and arts research that informs student, faculty and community partner learning.Read More
The iNterdisciplinary EXchange for Utah Science(NEXUS)is an interdisciplinary research institute. NEXUS enables innovative ways of addressing society’s grand social challenges.Shared resources, including seed grants, provide support for researchers and students across campus.Read More
Center for High Performance Computing (CHPC)
The center offers an expert team ready to support diverse research computing needs on campus, including:big data, big data movement, data analytics, security, virtual machines, Windows science application servers, safe environments for mining and analyzing protected healthcare data, and advanced networking.Read More
The Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute (SCI)
The SCI research group was founded in 1994. Using a major National Institutes of Health National Centers for Research Resources award, SCI became one of seven otherpermant research institutes at the University of Utah. SCI is home to over 200 faculty, students and staff, including 17 tenure-track faculty drawn primarily from the School of Computingand the Departments of Bioengineering, Mathematics and Electrical and Computer Engineering.Read More