Cyberinfrastructure - see University IT Research Portfolio
As of January 2013, cyberinfrastructure initiatives and issues are now handled by the University of Utah's new IT governance process.
The mission of the University’s collective effort in Cyberinfrastructure (CI) is to develop and to provide an evolving, customizable set of integrated, high-performance, and cost-effective research IT capabilities and services to the University community.
As many research disciplines maintain or develop increasing computational requirements for data acquisition and analysis, modeling, and simulation, university faculty and other researchers will be able to maximize their daily effectiveness and overall competitiveness by seamlessly utilizing campus cyberinfrastructure capabilities and services in the course of their research.
At the University of Utah, existing service centers such as the Center for High Performance Computing (CHPC) and faculty-led institutes such as the Scientific Computing and Imaging (SCI) Institute, the Institute for Clean and Secure Energy (ICSE), and the Brain Institute already provide a number of specific CI resources and services to campus researchers.
For more information visit http://cio.utah.edu/it-governance/research.php or contact