NSF awards $14.5 million to Purdue researchers to take nanoHUB​.org to the next level

Purdue University researchers have received a five-year $14.5 million National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to expand the globally used nanoHUB​.org online science and engineering gateway.

"Our long-term vision for the Cyber Platform is to use the nanoHUB as an online nano society that researchers, practitioners, educators and students depend on daily," said Purdue Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Gerhard Klimeck, principal investigator of the Purdue Cyber Platform. "At the same time, we are excited about how this tool has extended into professional practice as a computational resource for a multidisciplinary culture of innovation grounded in cloud services-enabled workflows."

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