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  • Do you need computing, networking, storage for Big Data research and education?
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  • Do you have questions and need expert guidance (e.g., in data science, software engineering, cloud architecture, cyber security) on your cyber project in health care, material science, bioinformatics, neuroscience, agriculture, smart city, etc.?
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  • Do you want an experimentation sandbox for your AR/VR or cyber security project?
    Get access to cyber testbed sandboxes
  • Do you want help in using cloud computing at MU or at a public cloud (e.g., AWS, Google Cloud Engine, CyVerse, CloudLab, Neuroscience Gateway, Jetstream, etc.)?
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Mizzou CAVE

Photo of people in the Mizzou CAVEThe Mizzou CAVE is an NSF-funded immersive virtual reality (VR) system at the University of Missouri-Columbia, with a synchronized motion tracking system to foster interdisciplinary research and education around a common theme of “dynamic decision making and learning.” More information about the Mizzou CAVE project can be found here.

Mizzou Cyber Range

A graphic showing a lock over coding. Students in the Cybersecurity Club will have opportunities to explore the field.The Mizzou Cyber Range is a NSA-funded, research inspired learning platform to teach and learn about critical cyber defense techniques. Students can work on hands-on lab exercises to explore, execute, and evaluate cyber defense mechanisms. More information about the Mizzou Cyber Range project can be found here.

Mizzou Cloud and Dev/Ops

DevOps logoThe Mizzou Cloud and DevOps is a VMware-funded, application-inspired learning platform for training the future cloud application developers. Students can work on lab exercises that are based on real-world application use cases featuring cutting-edge cloud technologies using open/public cloud platforms with an in-app skill assessment and peer ranking view. More information about the Mizzou Cloud and DevOps project can be found here.