National Science Foundation
The National Science Foundation is a major supporter of research at Cornell University.
As Cornell’s advanced computing center, CAC supports Cornell’s NSF-funded researchers and their computing needs.
CAC is also directly funded by NSF to help develop the nation’s cyberinfrastructure resources and services.
Cornell University is on the XSEDE team that is providing advanced digital resources and services to our nation’s scientists. For more information, visit bridging to national cyberinfrastructure.
Other NSF Projects
CAC continues to provide services for Ranger supercomputer users and will be providing training for Stampede.
Digital Data Collections
ArXiv, eBird, Gramene, Kinetic Models for Design, and the ALPHA Pulsar project are examples of
digital data collections
hosted by Cornell with support from the National Science
Supporting NSF-Funded Research
Cornell University faculty and staff that use CAC resources currently have over $100 million in sponsored program research awards from the NSF, NIH, DOD, NASA, USDA, and other public and private funding agencies.