UIC has received two grants for major research instrumentation and campus cyber-infrastructure from the National Science Foundation totaling $1.1 million that together will build the computing backbone for big-data mining and high-performance computing and sharing across all disciplines. UIC researchers Himanshu Sharma (left) and Farzad Mashayek are among collaborators on the SABER project. (Photo: Vibhu S. Rangavasan)
East Meets West is a collaboration of Provost Susan Poser and Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs Robert Barish.
Read this month’s stories, which focus on collaborations between faculty and students on the east and west sides of campus:
SABER builds campus computing backbone
Grants fund global health projects