We  Are......

The Science Gateway Group (SGG) is a part of the Indiana University Pervasive Technologies Institute and the University Information Technology Services' UITS Research Technologies division. We work to simplify the usage experience of computational resources for users through nationally funded grid projects. The Science Gateways Group does this in particular by implementing open source software to support science gateway projects.


Within IU, the Science Gateways Group is responsible for the IU Cyberinfrastructure Gateway – the “one stop shopping” portal for all IU central cyberinfrastructure as well as external resources such as Penguin on Demand, Amazon Web Services, and Microsoft Azure.


The Science Gateway Group (SGG) always welcome and supports both IU researchers, national and international collaborations.  The SGG develops. SGG team members are committers and/or project management committee members for the following Apache Software Foundation projects:         Software for managing scientific workflows on supercomputers and computational clouds.           A web environment for social networking.

Our science gateway collaborations

  • The UltraScan gateway
  • The QuakeSim earthquake simulation and forecasting project
  • The One Degree Imager telescope gateway project

We serve the international research community:



To build Science Gateways to manage complex applications and collections of applications on distributed computing resources and provide a positive and productive web-based experience to the users regardless of their geological existence with their scientific applications, scientific instruments and data collections. With our software scientist would pay minimum attention and focus on how to execute but focus on what research to carryout. To give every gateway user a constructive experience using science gateways irrespective of their experience in the field of research.

To be at the top in building middle-ware for science gateways and to pay a vital role in the scientific and scholarly communities by bringing many gateways together, communicating with a single middle-ware platform; SciGaP.