What do changes in rainfall have to do with gender equity and political violence in Africa? And how does that affect a US company’s bottom line? Quite a bit, if you’re analyzing decades of raw text. In fact, you may be able to draw connections among rainfall and migration, famine, terrorist activity, and societal unrest.
The Cline Center for Advanced Social Research partners with you to find those connections more effectively. Our advanced computational techniques for analyzing raw data at extreme scales help can you more easily uncover hidden connections, so your company can offer innovative solutions—and make a positive difference.
We’re based at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, home to the National Center for Supercomputing Applications, the top information science school in the country, and one of the leading engineering colleges in the world. Working alongside other major players in the campus’s data science ecosystem, we mine a wealth of outstanding information assets to help you solve the world’s most pressing problems.