IT Research center

About center

E mokslo vartaiWe are a team of professionals, able to offer innovative information technology solutions to your business. We can also offer supercomputer resources, that do not have analogues in Lithuania, various specialized software, large amount data management, analysis, modelling and simulation services, as well as expertise services. Our passion is looking for solutions, therefore, if you have an idea, we will be pleased to implement it!

We aim to:

  • make supercomputer resources easily accessible
  • develop grid and cloud computing technologies
  • create an attractive computing and service center

We can offer scientific research and experimental development in:

  • Informatics
  • Mathematics
  • Informatics engineering
  • Statistics

Advantages for you:

Supercomputer is a very powerful computer, which can process large amounts of information and perform calculations for modelling complex processes such as nuclear reactions and biochemical processes or even customers' habits. Using these resources scientists and business representatives can shorten calculation time many times and get more accurate results.

IT Research center was established based on Senate Resolution No. S-2010-06-30 and EU structural support project VP2-1.1-MES-04-V-01-002 "Information technology research center establishment". IT Research center operates as a research laboratory and it is focused on education, research and business.


Creation of data analysis models in HPC environment. Initiation of data analysis process; data preparation for data analysis; development and experimental evaluation of algorithms suitable for data analysis. Algorithms of data filtering, discovery of outliers, classification, clustering, and association rule mining and time series. Programs used: R, Weka, Qctave and others.

Optimization and creation of analytical algorithms in HPC environment of business process data visualization and analysis. Visual analysis of generated data for business processes applying common visualization methodologies of data analysis and processes in HPC environment. Structural, visual and descriptive analysis considering data multidimensionality and complexity of the process in applied business process environment. Programs used R,Weka, Octave, Gaussian, Gamess and others.

Creation of massive data management and analysis algorithms using cloud computing. Creation, experimental usage and evaluation of “Big data” or even massive data databases in HPC and cloud computing environments. Programs used: NoSQL, Hadoop, BigTable and others.

Development of management and analytical algorithms of sensors and stream data in HPC and cloud computing. Implementation of algorithms of constantly evolving and regularly updated data models and similarity of time series. Application of essential temporal properties in research and algorithms for sensorial and geographic data. Programs used PostgreSQL, TPR indexes, streaming DB and others.

Relocation and data analysis of business processes in cloud computing. Customization and experimental evaluation of Business Systems for transition to cloud computing environments. Consulting and installation of commercial or open-source cloud computing environment. Programs used: S3, OpenNebula, OpenStack, VMware (ESXi), Hyper-V, XenServer, KVM, OpenVZ, VirtualBox and others.

Calculations and creation of algorithms for video and audio processing. Extraction of properties for conventional (photo and video) and medical images. The development of efficient algorithms for content image search and massive processing. Programs used: FFTW, WT, POV-Ray, and others.

Expert consulting in IT area. Expert consulting on IT product properties, non-trivial solutions and their evaluation. Analysis and application of new research methods involving VU MIF researchers.

Expert consulting and training strategies in Cyber Security area. Analysis of Cyber Security issues in business process and threat assessment. Tabletop and cyber range environments involving VU MIF researchers.

More information about the supercomputer resources and opportunities find here.


Ordering form

1. Fill in the ordering form

All customers must fill in an ordering form* and read general conditions for using IT Research center services. (Sorry, all documents are in Lithuanian, English version is coming soon...)

  • General conditions for using IT research center services
  • Ordering form
  • Users' list (must be included if there will be more than 3 users per one ordering form)

* Students must provide a form signed by his/her lecturer.

2. Sign and deliver

  • Deliver in person: Didlaukio st. 47,  room  no. 511, Vilnius
  • Send a scanned document to: itapc[eta]

3. Acknowledgment

We would be very grateful if the scientists and researchers, who have used our supercomputer resources for research or experimental purposes, would mention IT Research center in the acknowledgement of the articles that will be published in scientific and popular science journals. For your convenience we offer a couple of examples:
  • “The authors are thankful for the high performance computing resources provided by the Information Technology Research Center of Vilnius University.”
  • “The authors are thankful for the HPC resources provided by the IT Research Center of Vilnius University.”


Supercomputer resources Units Price (VAT not included) 
CPU 1 unit/hour 0,043 €/hour
RAM 1 GB/hour 0,023 €/hour
Storage 50 GB/hour 0,014 €/hour


Human resources Hourly tariff
Head researcher


Senior researcher 16,20 
Expert - programmer 13,24 €
Researcher 12,33 
Junior researcher 8,51 
Computer network administrator 7,83 
Programmer 6,59 
Laboratory assistant 6,18 



TAMO diary (

Have you heard about electronic diaries at schools? Or maybe you follow your children’s progress on them? By co-operating with NEVDA Ltd., we have developed and successfully tested the configuration environment of the distributed database management system. Therefore, the electronic diary system TAMO in Lithuania is characterized as highly stabile and effective.  

"Working with Vilnius University Information Technology Research Center team is easy – informal agreements complement written commitments that are common in business. This kind of mature communication allows to achieve the results extremely quickly without wasting time for additional bureaucracy.

I would like to note that ITRC staff is highly professional and they consider their work as a hobby. This philosophy results in creation of unique Cloud service and big data solutions (used in TAMO project), that are not being offered by other service providers."

Paulius Jonikas, NEVDA Ltd. Project Director


Superkompiuterio koliazas   


   Didlaukio st. 47, room no. 511

   VU MIF IT Research center administrator - Aistė Grikietė

   E-mail itapc[eta]

   Tel. +370 5 219 5000