Consulting, Software and Technology

Consulting, Software and Technology


The UF Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) offers informatics consulting to all faculty, staff, and students at UF.


ICBR Bioinformatics  offers consulting and data analytics to help researchers analyze and understand large data sets acquired from next-generation sequencing and array-based technologies to support life sciences research projects.

Research Computing

Research Computing within UF IT provides storage, software, training, proposal support, and many other services relevant to informatics. HiPerGator, Florida’s most powerful supercomputer, is housed is managed by UF’s Research Computing and is available for research projects.

Academic Research Consulting and Services (ARCS) 

Academic Research Consulting and Services (ARCS) department provides research and teaching support spanning all stages of research life cycle from research design through publication. Some of the services offered include copyright and fair use, artificial intelligence, data management, data science and visualization. Clients can request consultations through ARCS website using the consultation form or contact ARCS members directly.

UF College of Engineering

The UF College of Engineering is home to both the Institute for Computational Engineering (ICE), with focus areas in research, education, and service within fields related to simulation science and engineering, and the Center for Compressible Multiphase Turbulence (CCMT), a Predictive Science Academic Alliance Program II (PSAAP II) center of excellence in predictive science.


UF is the lead institution for NSF’s Center for High-Performance Reconfigurable Computing (CHREC), consisting of more than 30 industry, government, and academic partners working collaboratively in solving research challenges at the nexus of reconfigurable, high-performance, and embedded computing.

Tier2 Center

The Tier2 Center is a major computing facility for the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) experiments at CERN (one of 7 in the US) and is used globally by physicists and by researchers in Open Science Grid in the US.