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Software Technologies Research Center (STRC) University of Illinois at Chicago

ABOUT
STRC has a long and successful history of partnerships with industry, government, education, science and engineering communities – jointly developing the teams, tools, hardware, software systems, networks and human/computer interface models on an accelerated scale, to enable researchers to study and better understand complex systems. STRC works with a variety of application areas, including: computational science and engineering; bioinformatics; geoscience; education; rapid prototyping, design and manufacturing; mathematics; and architecture, art and entertainment. Some current and past collaborators include, but are not limited to:

CROSS-CUTTING RESEARCH PRIORITIES
: Leadership computing - Scientific visualization for large-scale simulations - GPU and graphics programming
: High-performance optical networking - Real-time data sharing and collaboration - Streaming high-resolution images and animations
: High-performance optical networking - Global network infrastructure - Enabling end-to-end connectivity for extreme applications
: Cyberinfrastructure - Data access to remote petascale computers, data stores, instruments - Advanced visualization display technologies and visualization middleware
: Visual Analytics - Information visualization, scientific visualization and data mining - Knowledge and insight
: Scientific Visualization - Computer Graphics and Human/Computer Interaction - User Interfaces

UIC MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH GROWTH AREAS
: Distance Collaboration and Teaching - High Definition Video Conferencing - Digital history preservation - Lifelike avatars
: Distance Collaboration and Teaching - High Definition Video Conferencing - Distance medical training and patient care
: Computational Biomedical and Health Information - Training - Anatomical and health simulation and visualization
: Computational Humanities - Cultural Heritage - Virtual environments - Digital history preservation - historical places and people
: Computational Physics - High-Energy Physics and Large Hadron Collider - High-performance networking and Cyberinfrastructure
: Computational Medicine - Surgery - Operating Room of the Future - Visual display technologies
: Energy - Leadership computing - Scientific visualization for large-scale simulations - GPU and graphics programming
: Energy - Cyberinfrastructure - Data access to remote petascale computers, data stores, instruments - Advanced visualization display technologies and visualization middleware
: Industry/Manufacturing - Research & Development Prototyping - Simulation and Modeling
: Industry/Manufacturing - Research & Development Prototyping - Networked Visualization and Collaboration
: Informal Education (e.g., museums) - Cyberinfrastructure (Networked Visualization and Collaboration Hardware and Software) - Access to late-breaking scientific data
: Homeland security - Mapping - Cyberinfrastructure - Real-time and interactive display of maps and video