Skip to navigation Skip to content
Careers | Phone Book | A - Z Index
Integrated Data Frameworks Group
082117 CACMpg73 Security in HPC.large

Ensuring the Integrity of Exascale Scientific Data

This project, "Toward a Hardware/Software Co-Design Framework for Ensuring the Integrity of Exascale Scientific Data", takes a broad look at several aspects of security and scientific integrity issues...

ameriflux tower

AmeriFlux

AmeriFlux is a network of PI-managed sites measuring ecosystem CO2, water, and energy fluxes in North, Central and South America. AmeriFlux observations have been instrumental in defining the relation...

MaterialsProjectLogoNew.png

Collaboration Shines in Materials Project Success

The Materials Project aims to take the guesswork out of finding the best material for a job—be it a new battery electrode or a lightweight spacecraft body—by making the characteristics of every inorga...

idaes logo white

Institute for the Design of Advanced Energy Systems

The Institute for the Design of Advanced Energy Systems (IDAES) was formed in 2016 to develop new advanced Process Systems Engineering (PSE) capabilities to improve the efficiency and reliability of t...


The Integrated Data Frameworks (IDF) group performs research and development on software and methodology for improving the security, quality, and usability of analysis tools for scientific and applied data. The group is a mix of software engineers and computer scientists. We work with earth scientists, material scientists, chemists, process engineers, and physicists, as well as the NERSC and ESNet facilities. Our approach is distinguished by a strong focus on usability and user research, early and often in the software design process. We have learned that designing the best systems can only occur when we have the best understanding of the constraints, needs, and culture of the scientists who will use it. The IDF group works closely with the Usable Software Systems group on research and development of user-centered solutions.

IDF Projects

NGEE Tropics

NGEE Tropics

The Next-Generation Ecosystem Experiments–Tropics, or NGEE-Tropics (Website), is a ten-year, multi-institutional project funded by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), Office of Science, Office of Biological and Environmental Research (BER). …
ccsi2 logo only

CCSI2

The Carbon Capture Simulation for Industry Impact (CCSI2) project is designed to use the computational tools and models developed under the Carbon Capture Simulation Initiative (CCSI) in partnership with industry to accelerate and de-risk the…
mp symbol square

Materials Project

The Materials Project is a high-throughput framework developed by MIT and LBNL and subsequently extended by collaborators at the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory and National Energy Research Scientific Computing (NERSC). This Center, funded by the DOE…
ameriflux logo square

AmeriFlux

The AmeriFlux Network of PI-managed sites measures ecosystem CO2, water, and energy fluxes in North, Central and South America. It was established to connect research on field sites representing major climate and ecological biomes, including tundra,…
idaes logo

IDAES

The Institute for the Design of Advanced Energy Systems (IDAES) project develops next-generation computational tools for Process Systems Engineering (PSE) of advanced energy systems to enable rapid design and optimization.
NAWI v2 square transparent

NAWI

NAWI brings together a world-class team of industry and academic partners to examine the critical technical barriers and research needed to radically lower the cost and energy of desalination.

Carbon Capture Simulation Initiative

The CCSI Toolset will accelerate the development and deployment cycle for bringing new Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technologies to market.
image power grid lines2

Cybersecurity for Energy Delivery Systems Research and Development

The Berkeley Lab’s Computational Research Division is an active participant in a number of projects in the arena of cybersecurity for energy delivery systems.
Cray Secure

HPC and Scientific Networking Security

The Berkeley Lab’s Computational Research Division is an active participant numerous projects areas security for science, including high-performance computing and high-throughput networking environments.
Berkeley Lab Logo Large Slack with Key

Computer Security Research

The Berkeley Lab’s Computational Research Division is an active participant numerous projects areas of computer security.

More from IDF Projects »