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Thomas Danford, CIO          James Perry, Interim CIOTennessee Board of Regents   University of Tennessee System Thomas.Da...
Connectivity enables access to computational powerAccess to computational power enables new types ofresearch to more unive...
Historical (2005) TNII -> OneTenn -> NetTN
Chicago, ILStarkville, MS                               Atlanta, GA
Chicago, ILStarkville, MS                               Atlanta, GA
Large-scale computational facilities• Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility (OLCF)    • DOE Cray XT Jaguar Supercomputer...
State of Tennessee’s New Tier 4 Data Center
Engendering an atmosphere of mentoring andresearch incubation where strengths can bematched to create effective research p...
SC-TN Desktop to TeraGrid                                                 Support through HPC                             ...
NSF EPS - 10040831.) Inter-institutional collaboration andinnovation capacity2.) Effective utilization of the computationa...
Statewide CI Resources TNSCORE12
Statewide CI Resources TNSCORE12
Statewide CI Resources TNSCORE12
Statewide CI Resources TNSCORE12
Statewide CI Resources TNSCORE12
Statewide CI Resources TNSCORE12
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Statewide CI Resources TNSCORE12

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Presentation given at the TNSCORE 2012 annual conference. Tennessee is a designated EPSCoR state. EPSCoR (Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research) is a program administered by the National Science Foundation to assist states in boosting the level of research funding provided by NSF. This presentation gave an overview of the development of cyberinfrastructure in the state as well as planned future improvements.

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    1. 1. Thomas Danford, CIO James Perry, Interim CIOTennessee Board of Regents University of Tennessee System Thomas.Danford@tbr.edu jperry1@tennessee.edu
    2. 2. Connectivity enables access to computational powerAccess to computational power enables new types ofresearch to more universitiesCommunication ties it together and exposesopportunities
    3. 3. Historical (2005) TNII -> OneTenn -> NetTN
    4. 4. Chicago, ILStarkville, MS Atlanta, GA
    5. 5. Chicago, ILStarkville, MS Atlanta, GA
    6. 6. Large-scale computational facilities• Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility (OLCF) • DOE Cray XT Jaguar Supercomputer• UT/ORNL Joint Institute for Computational Science (JICS) • NSF Funded National Institute for Computation Sciences (NICS) • UT Cray XT5 Kraken Supercomputer • UT SGI Altix UV 1000 Nautilus Visualization • Georgia Tech HP Keeneland Cluster Shared cluster-scale facilities: • FedEx Institute of Technology at University of Memphis • Advanced Computing Center for Research and Education at Vanderbilt University • Newton & Spanier clusters at University of Tennessee at Knoxville • SIM Center at UT Chattanooga
    7. 7. State of Tennessee’s New Tier 4 Data Center
    8. 8. Engendering an atmosphere of mentoring andresearch incubation where strengths can bematched to create effective research pairsMoving from a fragmented view of research toa holistic view of research partnerships andtheir integration across the stateConnecting research needs with resources andtools to create tasks that were not possible afew short years ago
    9. 9. SC-TN Desktop to TeraGrid Support through HPC training and facilities access Support to connect with TN-SCORE Thrust 13 yr NSF Grant to SupportBioinformatics Concentration
    10. 10. NSF EPS - 10040831.) Inter-institutional collaboration andinnovation capacity2.) Effective utilization of the computationalinfrastructure within the state
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