Gateways help solve the mysteries of the universe. For example, Galaxy Zoo enlisted non-scientists to help categorize astronomical images, whereas LIGO (Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory) captures signals from distant universes. (Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech)

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Client Projects

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Gateway Purpose
Scientific Area
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Project Name Institution
Aquavit  Marshall University
QUBES College of William and Mary, University of Pittsburgh, BioQUEST
Sandstone HPC University of Colorado, Boulder
Ecology Plus Ecological Society of America (ESA)
PlantingScience Botanical Society of America
Open source software and cloud computing for Resonant Ultrasound Spectroscopy New Mexico Consortium, Los Alamos National Laboratory
The Community Surface Dynamics Modeling System University of Colorado
Social Media Macroscope University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
COIN-OR (Computational Infrastructure for Operations Research) Clemson University, Sandia National Lab
Risk Analytics Discovery Environment (RADE) University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Virtual Infrastructure for Data Intensive Analysis (VIDIA) University of Buffalo
Open Source Matrix Product States (OSMPS) Colorado School of Mines
Coastal Emergency Risks Assesment (CERA) Seahorse Coastal Consulting, LLC
GABBs - Geospatial Data Building Blocks Purdue University
Science and Engineering Applications Grid (SEAGrid) Indiana Unversity
BioTeam Consulting practice
ESIP Data Management Training (DMT) Clearinghouse ESIP Federation
GenApp: Extensible Tool for Rapid Generation of Web and Native GUI Applications University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio