What is the IU Cyberinfrastructure Gateway?

The Indiana University Cyberinfrastructure Gateway (CI Gateway) is an online portal designed to centralize information about and access to IU's advanced scholarly and artistic cyberinfrastructure.

You can use the IU CI Gateway to:

  • Get status updates on IU's research supercomputers (e.g., Big Red II, Karst, and Mason).
    Note:
    Mason, Indiana University's large memory computer cluster, will be retired on January 1, 2018. For more, see About the Mason retirement.
  • Transfer data between IU research systems, your local workstation, and Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) digital services.
  • Monitor jobs running on Big Red II, Karst, or Mason.
  • Monitor your usage of IU research systems.
  • Find information about available scientific and bioinformatics applications.

The IU CI Gateway is developed and operated by the UITS Research Technologies Science Gateways Group. To improve the service, report bugs, or suggest additional features, contact the Science Gateways Group via the sgg-contact-l@list.indiana.edu mailing list.

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