Cyberinfrastructure Day

Cyberinfrastructure Day

2014's theme was, "Enabling Data-Driven Scholarship," which highlighted the intersection of computing, data, and knowledge in fields such as the social sciences, life sciences, and the humanities.

Cyberinfrastructure Day

Cyberinfrastructure Day

The event draws faculty and researchers from UNM, as well as researchers from across New Mexico.

Cyberinfrastructure Day

Cyberinfrastructure Day

The event provides an exciting opportunity for faculty, researchers, students, and staff to hear about the latest technical advances in high-end computing, networking, and visualization.

Cyberinfrastructure Day

Cyberinfrastructure Day

Working together to effectively develop and use cyberinfrastructure in the State of New Mexico gives us an advantage in attracting excellent scholars and winning external research funding.

UNM's Cyberinfrastructure Day

Research is a strong driving force behind technology and it was the focus of the University of New Mexico’s annual Cyberinfrastructure Day event in April 2014.

Scientists from across the state gathered at the Student Union Building to cover case studies of data-driven scholarship in the social sciences, humanities and natural sciences; computing strategies with a hands-on workshop; and date-over-the-network and data sets with expert consultations on accessing and leveraging the vast network of data resources around the globe.

"Our partnerships across UNM to reach out to the student, research and administrative communities throughout the state and the region strengthen UNM's profile as the flagship institution," said Gil Gonzales, UNM CIO.

Read more about 2014's Cyberinfrastructure Day in the story at the UNM Newsroom.


If you are interested in participating in the 2015 Event, please contact Kimberly Waseta, 277-0752.