National Partnership for Advanced Computational Infrastructure  
National Partnership for Advanced Computational Infrastructure

Building the Computational Infrastructure for Tomorrow's Scientific Discovery

NPACI (National Partnership for Advanced Computational Infrastructure) joins more than 40 partner institutions in 18 states and is creating the foundation for a ubiquitous, continuous, and pervasive computational environment to support research by the nation's scientists. The Partnership is led by the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), funded primarily through the NSF's Partnerships for Advanced Computational Infrastructure program, and has its focus of activities at the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC).



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EDITOR: Greg Lund, 858-822-5408
DESIGNER: Gail Bamber 858-534-5150

Cassie Ferguson (CF), Mike Gannis (MG), David Hart (DH), Merry Maisel (MM), Paul Tooby (PT), Rex Graham (RG)
Kimberly Mann Bruch (KMB), Nicole Batchelor, (NB), Amy Finley (AF), Edna Nerona (EN), Anna Vaisman (AV)

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