The primary mission of the Associate Dean for Research Office is to be the gateway for research collaborations and resources for faculty at SoIC. Providing this gateway and resources allows faculty to focus on achieving their research goals, while the ADR office assists with removing obstacles hindering objectives.
For research collaborations, contact Martina Barnas.
For non-technical research needs (e.g., funding opportunities and grant management), contact Kelsey Shephard.
For scheduling meetings and collaborations with SoIC please contact email@example.com.
Assistant Dean for Research
321 N. Woodlawn Ave. 201
Associate Director of Research Collaborations
Assistant Director of Research Collaborations
321 N. Woodlawn Ave.
Faculty Advisory Council
Professor of Computer Science
Lindley Hall 330H
David J Crandall
Associate Professor of Informatics and Computing
611 N Park Ave
Associate Professor of Informatics
Informatics East 355C
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Center for Genomics and Bioinformatics
The Center for Genomics and Bioinformatics (CGB) acts primarily as a service facility that provides IU faculty access to genome technologies and bioinformatic support. We also provide consulting and training that supports the development of genome-enabled research programs and grant proposals. When necessary, we develop new genome technologies and bioinformatics tools that are not easily purchased as a fee for service elsewhere.
Indiana University Network Science Institute
The Indiana University Network Science Institute (IUNI) is a cross-campus, transdisciplinary institute that brings together over 165 faculty members on the Indiana University Bloomington (IUB) and Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) campuses who engage in networks research from all scientific fields. The mission of IUNI is to strengthen the theories, methods, analytic tools, and practice of network science, and to foster collaborative, interdisciplinary network science approaches to understanding and improving the complex challenges of our world.
Rob Kling Center for Social Informatics
The Rob Kling Center for Social Informatics' goal is to serve as a repository for activities, people, and opportunities related to the field of Social Informatics. Among its many activities, the Center supports a speaker series, Ph.D. minor, research support for faculty fellows, and travel support for doctoral students.
Social Science Research Commons
The Social Science Research Commons is the central hub for social science research on the Bloomington campus, with a particular focus on collaborative, interdisciplinary research. The SSRC supports research through consulting services, methods workshops, seed funding programs, sensitive data management, and facilities for qualitative and experimental research. In addition, our centrally-located facility provides state-of-the art technology to support research work, conferences, networking events, and more.
The Velocity Conference
The Velocity Conference is an annual event which affords a select group of graduate students the opportunity to directly interact with technology entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley. Students learn about the process of starting and building businesses through the firsthand accounts of experienced entrepreneurs in addition to visiting startups to observe the operations in person. The Johnson Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation in the Kelley School of Business covers the costs of lodging, meals, and all activities, while the airfare for selected students is covered by the Associate Dean for Research Office in the School of Informatics & Computing.