- Advanced Research Computing (ARC)
ARC provides access to—and support for—advanced computing resources. ARC facilitates new and more powerful approaches to research challenges in fields ranging from physics to linguistics, and from engineering to medicine.
- Networking for Researchers
Data intensive science requires a mix of compute, storage, and networking technologies. ITS is committed that our network should never be the bottleneck to your research needs.
Electronic research administration, including research business office operations.
- Regulatory Management
Institutional review and approval for human subjects, repository, and biosafety.
- Proposal Management
Proposal submissions for external funding, award management, unfunded agreements, and clinical trial routing forms.
Animal and controlled substance management.
Conflict of interest management.
Secure on-campus email and calendaring appropriate for sensitive research data.
Organize, catalog, share, search, and publish multimedia content. Management consoles make it easy to tag and filter content, as well as control access.
Access operational IT systems data while maintaining individual privacy.
- Responsible Conduct of Research and Scholarship
Training and assessment on research and scholarship ethical issues.
- Statistics & Computation Service
A set of Linux-based servers to run computationally intensive or long-running programs.
- U-M API Directory
API publishing and subscription service facilitating secure and authorized access to institutional data for use in research and applications.
- Get Connected
A guide to U-M technology resources and services for faculty, staff, and researchers.
- Remote Resource Guide
If you need to connect remotely, these resources are available to help you bring your university work to you.