The Atlantic Deepwater Ecosystem Observatory Network uses underwater acoustic technology to collect sound data from the ocean environment.
NH BioMade is a research project aimed at advancing the development of biomaterials, such as those used in engineered tissue.
The University Of New Hampshire Chemical Environmental Management System (UNHCEMS®) is a tool for chemical safety and compliance specialized for educational institutions.
ePip is NH’s Electronic Provider Incentive Payment system. Enacted as part of the American Recovery Act of 2009, the EHR Incentive Program provides payments to providers who transition from paper-based health records to certified Electronic Heath Records (EHR). As the nation ramps up its use of Health Information Technology (HIT), EHRs help improve the quality, safety, and efficiency of patient health care. To qualify for an incentive payment, an eligible provider must be enrolled in NH Medicaid and licensed to practice in NH, as well as meet several measures proving the meaningful use of certified EHR Technology. To date, NH Providers have received nearly 17 million federal dollars from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
Developed by the UNH Research Computing Center in conjunction with the UNH Coastal Response Research Center and NOAA’s Office of Response and Restoration, ERMA® is a web-based Geographic Information System (GIS) tool. It is designed to improve the coordination efforts of disaster responders and stakeholders by incorporating data from the wide array of responding agencies on a single map interface.
The Rehabilitation Research and Training Center website acts both as an online resource for sharing data analysis from the UNH Institute on Disability and as a publishing tool which facilitates the automated compilation of multiple data sources and the generation of their Annual Disability Statistics Compendium.
The Medicaid Quality Information System serves the public by reporting on the medicaid program in NH, providing the information necessary for oversight and policy development. The system gives administrators at the NH Department of Health and Human Services the flexibility to create custom measures and subgroups and the tools to review and process data uploaded by managed care organizations through a secure dashboard.
Obliterase makes certified data erasure compliance and decommissioning easy by providing secure data destruction. This fully integrated toolset was developed with partial support from a New Hampshire Innovation Research Center (NHIRC) grant.
SheepDog is RCC's rule-based progressive response system for modern data system management. It responds to escalating conditions, allowing unmanned system shutdowns while simultaneously providing accurate status and environmental trends to authorized personnel.
The UNH ScienceNet is a high speed data network connecting selected research facilities and instruments across the UNH Durham campus that have a demonstrated need for large volume data transfers. RCC’s Lenharth Data Center is a 20Gbps node on the Science Net providing high speed connections to compute and storage resources. The core 100Gbps switch and six 20-40Gbps satellite switches enable advanced research and collaboration locally and nationally. UNH designed and constructed this network based on the “Science DMZ” model currently in place at many other research institutions. Funded by the National Science Foundation (ACI-1340972), ScienceNet also includes dedicated bandwidth directly to Internet2.