Scientific IT Services (SIS) enable modern research through the provision of first-class scientific computing services. From data management plans to individual consulting and data analysis, we dedicate our work directly to researchers, and we can support you both in solving problems as well as in planning future projects.
High Performance Computing
Central CPU Euler cluster • CPU&GPU Leonhard Open cluster designed for big-data and AI applications • Secure Leonhard Med cluster dedicated for biomedical applications • Updates and tutorials in SciComp Wiki • Around 80000 processor cores for scientific calculations
Individual software development • Custodianship of existing code • Scientific software • User interfaces for data collections • Custom workflow solutions • Interactive data visualisation • Lab automation
Scientific Computing & Data Co-Analysis
Data analysis workflows • Co-analysis of your data • Reproducible research • Code optimization & parallelization (scale up & out) • Efficient use of your computing resources (e.g. GPU, HPC, cloud)
2D & 3D animations • Web-map services • Distributed/parallel visualizations • Google earth animations • Swiss topo • OmniGlobe animations @ Focus Terra Museum • Visualization using Python training
Data Science & Machine Learning
Deep learning • Natural language processing • Image and pattern recognition • Computer vision • Hands-on machine learning training • Big data • Classification & regression
Research Data Management
Research Data Hub • Department Data Hub • Research Data Node • openRDM.swiss • openBIS platform • Data Management Plan
Confidential Research Data
Secure scientific Data & IT infrastructure • Leonhard Med platform • Biomedical research • Personalized health data services • HPC and cloud compute • Large volume data analysis and management • Interoperability • SPHN, PHRT, SDSC • BioMedIT node Zurich
Consulting & Training
We hold regular Code & Data Clinic sessions where researchers can stop by to get help with their own source code.
To learn new skills or improve existing skills, researchers can also participate in our courses and workshops on various problem of scientific computing that we developed based on the needs of our users.
The next Code & Data Clinics and upcomping courses will be announced in our news section.
|openBIS & ETH RDH Training||3.5 hours|
|Analyzing data stored in openBIS with Jupyter and Matlab||1.5 hours|
|Research Data Management Workshop Series||5 days|
|High Performance Computing for Genomic Applications||1.5 days|
|Getting started with scientific clusters||4 hours|
|Parallel programming with MPI/OpenMP||4 days|
|Introduction to Python||1 day|
|Introduction to programming with Python||8-10 lectures|
|Introduction to Machine Learning with Python||3 days|
|Scientific Visualization using Python||2 days|
|Workshop on best practices in Programming (git, unit testing, clean code)||2 days|