HUBzero Foundation Participants
HUBzero Development Group
Carnegie Institution for Science
Center for Computational Research
University at Buffalo
SIMIODE – Systemic Initiative for Modeling Investigations
and Opportunities with Differential Equations
Botanical Society of America
Georgia Institute of Technology
Center for Environmental, Geotechnical and Applied Sciences
Air Force Research Laboratory
Materials and Manufacturing Directorate
Illinois Rocstar LLC
Pervasive Technology Institute
Procter & Gamble
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
University of Wisconsin - Madison
ITS Research Computing and Cyberinfrastructure
The Pennsylvania State University
Join the Foundation!
If your organization is running one or more hubs, you should become an official participant in the HUBzero Foundation. It costs only $5,000 to join, regardless of the size of your institution, and you can access 20 hours of HUBzero support as part of the package.
Participants get the following benefits:
- Access to a "hotline" for support issues for any number of people on your development team, and discounts for additional support packs.
- Discounts on admission for HUBbub and other events sponsored by the HUBzero Foundation.
- Recognition as a player. Organizations can leverage their “participant” status in proposals for funded research, since it shows they have a closer relationship with HUBzero than others in the open source community.
More questions about how this works? Read our FAQ.