A landing page for all our affiliated sites.
Connect.Cyberinfrastructure is a family of portals, each representing a program that is serving a segment of the research computing and data community. Each portal provides program-specific information, as well a custom "view" into a common database. The portal was originally developed to support project workflows and a knowledge base of self service learning resources for the Northeast Cyberteam. Subsequently, it was expanded to provide support to multiple cyberteams and other research computing communities of practice. We welcome additional communities, please contact us if you are interested in participating.
Central to the Portal is an extensive and ever-evolving tagging infrastructure which informs every aspect of the Portal. The tag taxonomy was initially developed by the Northeast Cyberteam to categorize subject matter relevant to practitioners of Research Computing Facilitation and is ever changing due to the frequent introduction of new technology in domains that characterize the field of research computing.
Bringing computing support to small to mid-size institutions in the Northeast U.S.
A distributed mentor-mentee workforce development program that works with institutions within the region that have growing Cyberinfrastructure needs
Advanced Computing Resources for Researchers at Small and Medium Sized Institutions in Northern New England
Advanced Computing Resources for Researchers and Educators at Small and Medium Sized Institutions in the Rocky Mountain Advanced Computing Consortium
TRECIS provides advanced, collaborative research computing support and CI services for users in the University of Texas System.
Affinity Groups encourage community members to gather based on common interests such as discipline, technology interests/needs or proximity. Read more about them in the FAQ.
For users and facilitators of Open OnDemand. Open OnDemand provides an intuitive, innovative, and interactive interface to remote computing resources. Open OnDemand helps computational researchers and students efficiently utilize remote computing resources by making them easy to access from any device.