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Division of Computer and Network Systems


Computing Research Infrastructure Cluster


CONTACTS

See program guidelines for contact information.

SYNOPSIS

An important component of experimental computing is building prototypes and test beds, and this requires having an experimental infrastructure. This cluster provides support for the acquisition, enhancement, and operation of experimental facilities for all CISE research and education areas. Supported facilities range from instrumentation needed by a few projects to major experimental facilities for an entire department. Support is also provided to enhance the computational and human infrastructure in minority-serving institutions and to support the equipment needs of collaborative, distributed research projects. A goal for the coming year is to support a wider range of infrastructure needs, research projects, and institutions.

Computing Research Infrastructure Cluster Staff


FUNDED AS PART OF THIS ACTIVITY

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