Several facilities and campus service centers provide the computational infrastructure critical for innovation and discovery, including:

University of Arizona Resources:

  • CyVerse
    • Provides cyberinfrastructure to life science researchers (supported by the National Science Foundation).  Headquartered at the UA, CyVerse provides workshops on using its resources and how to perform a variety of scientific analyses.
  • UA High Performance Computing
    • Provides access and training to UA HPC systems.  UA researchers can access 36,000 compute hours per month free of charge on these systems.  

  • Center for Biomedical Informatics and Biostatistics
    • Provides statistical consulting to UA researchers
  • SensorLab - Healthcare Technology Innovation Lab
    • Services include two main categories, which are (1) Equipment/Sensor loaning (sensor and related equipment for shared use) and (2) Dedicated Space/Rooms (space configured and prepared for research using a variety of sensors).
  • VR Studio
    • Provides virtual and augmented reality support through the University Libraries
  • UA Core Facilities
    • Provides access to experts in genomics, proteomics, imaging, micro-fluidics, precision machining, nano fabrication, and more.

National Resources: