Research Computing provides graphics and virtual reality facilities as well as staff expertise to support a broad range of research application areas, such as biomedical engineering, chemistry, space weather modeling, computational fluid dynamics, archaeology, and the fine arts.

Graphics consultants are available to assist researchers in developing visualizations, virtual environments, and graphics problem solving. They cover the use of graphics and visualization packages, the development of custom computer graphics tools, the application of graphics algorithms, the conversion of data into effective graphical representations, and the creation of virtual environments.

The Computer Graphics Lab houses Windows and Linux workstations running scientific visualization, molecular design, graphics, modeling, and animation software. The Lab also houses a large format stereoscopic Display Wall with integrated 8-channel audio.