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)
SGCI service area diagram

We can work with gateways at any stage of their lifecycle: a new idea, a proposal seeking funding, a gateway under construction, or an established gateway. 

If you’re ready to get help from one of our consultants, fill out our Consulting Services Request Form.

If you’re writing a proposal and want to include our services in your proposal, request a letter of collaboration.

 

How to cite SGCI in publications

All clients are also encouraged to cite the SGCI in publications that result from the consultation using the following reference:

Lawrence, Katherine A., Michael Zentner, Nancy Wilkins‐Diehr, Julie A. Wernert, Marlon Pierce, Suresh Marru, and Scott Michael. "Science gateways today and tomorrow: positive perspectives of nearly 5000 members of the research community," Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience 27, No. 16 (2015): 4252-4268.