Please join us for this free virtual workshop on June 30, 2021 from Noon to 2:00pm EDT to learn more about identifying research, education and instruction science drivers and applications that would benefit from improved campus cyberinfrastructure and are appropriate for inclusion as part of an NSF Campus Cyberinfrastructure proposal submission. Learn about network-based resources that can enhance existing or support new research, education and instruction science applications. 
The research and instruction efforts that are taking place in our smaller institutions rely on network enhancements to support the requirements of the application effectively and efficiently. These requirements are often phrased in technical terms such as data-driven, distributed computing or end-to-end network services, indicating little about the applications themselves.  The goals of the workshop are to help researchers, instructors, network engineers, cyberinfrastructure engineers, operational staff, and management understand and identify existing campus or cloud based research and education applications that would benefit from network enhancements as well as investigate new research and education activities that would be enabled if the network was improved.  An expected near term outcome of the workshop is for the participants to be able to identify at least one research and education science driver or application appropriate for inclusion in an NSF Campus Cyberinfrastructure proposal.  Long-term, the impact of the webinar will be to enable the participants to identify applications with campus cyberinfrastructure needs and requirements.  

We look forward to seeing you on June 30. Thank you for being willing to participate.

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