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Grants List

Grants

Courtesy of Dave Caron

Carnegie Mellon University, Office of the Vice President for Research

eScience and Data Intensive Scalable Computing

To improve collaborations between domain and computer scientists with the development of new abstractions and methodologies within data-intensive scalable computing (DISC). Through demonstration projects in cosmology and in close cooperation with its institutional collaborator, University of Washington's eScience Institute, Carnegie Mellon University will design and build a prototype DISC system and an open-source software suite for management and processing of extremely large data.

Title: eScience and Data Intensive Scalable Computing
Date Awarded: Sep 2009
Amount: $754,660
Term: 24 months
Grant ID: GBMF2160
Funding Area: Science, Special Projects in Science
 

Other grants to Carnegie Mellon University, Office of the Vice President for Research (2)

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