Usage of UITS advanced research cyberinfrastructure for 2011

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2012-04-10

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IU has a proud tradition in open access to its research computing and cyberinfrastructure (CI) facilities, going back to the precedents set by Marshall Wrubel (appointed the first permanent director of the IU Research Computing Center in 1955). Starting in 1997 President Myles Brand and then-Vice President Michael McRobbie initiated a tremendous acceleration in growth of IU’s cyberinfrastructure facilities through developing and then executing the first Indiana University Information Technology Strategic Plan. Through a decade and a half of purposeful execution of excellent strategies in support for research and scholarly activities generally, University Information Technology Services (UITS) has provided exceptional support to a group of researchers. This includes usage from disciplines that are among the traditional users of high performance computing – physics, chemistry, and astronomy, as well as emerging areas of application of HPC including biology, business, and the arts.

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big red, scientific computing, research cyberinfrastructure

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Technical Report