Federally Funded Active:
- ExTASY Project
- NSF CAREER Award
- Imagery Cyberinfrastructure and Extensible Building-Blocks to Enhance Research in the Geosciences (ICEBERG) Website coming
- Middleware (MIDAS) and High PerformanceAnalytics Libraries for Scalable Data Science (SPIDAL) (An NSF DIBBS Project)
- The Power of Many: Ensemble Toolkit for Earth Sciences (Website coming)
- Replica-Exchange on NSF Production Cyberinfrastructure (and here)
- Next-generation Workload Management Systems for High Energy and Nuclear Physics for Future Extreme Scale Scientific Applications. (Department of Energy project, Fall 2016-19)
- Abstractions and Integrative Middleware for Extreme Scales (AIMES) (Department of Energy)
- Polar Cyberinfrastructure and Polar Computing Research Coordination Network.
- Streaming Systems
- Fast FingerPrinting and Material Detection: A DOE SBIR Project.
- Cybermanufacturing: NSF EAGER and Industrial project with J&J (2015-2016)
- Blue Waters Petascale Resource Allocation (PRAC, 2017-19)
- Molecular Science Software Sustainability Institute (2016-2021)
RADICAL members are responsible for a standards-based and an abstractions based approach to high-performance distributed computing, including SAGA – its implementation, deployment and standardization efforts, as well as the many associated projects in cyberinfrastructure research and development, computational science and computing research.
- Cyberinfrastructure and Cyberinfrastructure-based Science & Engineering:
- Extending National Cyberinfrastructure (ExTENCI)
- Standards-based Cyberinfrastructure for Hydrometrogical Modeling (SCIHM)
- Large-Scale Replica-Exchange on National Production Cyberinfrastructure: An NSF Cyber-enabled Discovery and Innovation (CDI) Project
- ExTASY: Supporting Scalable Approaches to Large Ensembles – Molecular Simulations
- D3 Science and Distributed Data-Intensive Science
Projects on Distributed Computing Abstractions
- Abstractions and Models for Distributed Computing:
Computational Science Projects
- Computational Science/Biology Projects:
- Nucleic Acid Transport through Protein Nanopore
Acknowledgements: Our work is funded by different sources including NSF, DOE and faculty start-up funds (SJ) at Rutgers University. Previous funding sources included UK-EPSRC, US-NIH and resources CCT at LSU.