Harnessing Information, Multiplying Knowledge
KU is dedicated to harnessing information in ways that will positively affect individuals’ health and well-being while also protecting their privacy and security. Today, KU research is helping create advances in digital technology, nanotechnology, infrastructure, and more.
- KU should commit itself to a research computing infrastructure that is clearly defined and implements core support for research computing by building upon current strengths, including the Academic Computing Facility.
- Focus on hiring faculty who are highly experienced in high-performance and scientific computing; handling and processing massive data; and scientific visualization.
- Utilize technology as a paradigm to address urgent environmental, social, and economic challenges including cybersecurity, data access, climate change, and health and well-being.
- Post-Summit Report & Recommendations to the Provost (379 KB PDF)
- Summit Videos January 27, 2012
- Summit Materials January 27, 2012 – 8:30 am to 4:00 pm