This research bulletin explores how to develop, deploy, and extend cyberinfrastructure assets within higher educationâ€”both within and across institutions. As research becomes increasingly computational, data-intensive, and interdisciplinary, innovative approaches for functional cyberinfrastructure models become ever more important. This bulletin describes a model that was developed at one institution and then deployed across institutions, with the goal of addressing issues as diverse as the need for simulation systems rather than wet labs, insufficient computational research support to help an institution compete for top-notch faculty, and astronomical spikes in power and cooling demands.
Citation for this work: Alvarez, Rosio. â€œDeveloping and Extending a Cyberinfrastructure Modelâ€ (Research Bulletin, Issue 5). Boulder, CO: EDUCAUSE Center for Analysis and Research, 2008, available from http://www.educause.edu/ecar.