The Institute for Computational and Data Sciences supports Penn State researchers with a variety of resources. Browse this page to
- Learn about funding opportunities
- Access national high-performance computing resources
- Find conferences and workshops to hone your computational skills
- Get help writing your proposals
- Credit ICDS for support received
We also want to hear from you. Please share your successes–grants received, papers accepted, honors conferred—so we can spread the news. [Button to go to the “Share Your Success” form]
ICDS provides support for new research projects through the ICDS Seed Grant Program and the ICDS Explore Program. Learn more about these opportunities here.
Looking for funding from federal agencies, corporations, foundations, or other sources? Check out our list of upcoming cyberscience-related opportunities.
You are always welcome to use Penn State’s own high-performance research cloud, the Roar supercomputer, formerly known as ICDS-ACI. But if you need more, check here for opportunities for time on other supercomputing systems.
Need help with your proposal? Request writing and editing help from the ICDS communications team. You’ll also find text for describing ICDS-ACI in your facilities and equipment documents.
Published an article? Received an award or grant? We’d love to know about your successes and accomplishments, and to share them with the ICDS community.
If you use ICDS resources for your research, we ask that you give appropriate credit. Find language for crediting ICDS in your publications, presentations, and websites.