National Science Foundation Administrative Subject File, 1981-1999 | University of Illinois Archives
Series Number: 7/5/2
Volume: 4.2 cubic feet
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Description: National Science Foundation Administrative Subject File includes correspondence, reports, budget information, grant proposals, news clippings, newsletters, and meeting minutes regarding programs and supercomputing centers funded by the NSF including the Biological Centers Program (1990-93), the Division of Advanced Scientific Computing, the High Performance Computing and Communications Program (1991-95), the Industrial Supercomputing Program (1987-91), the Cornel Theory Center (1986-92), the John von Neumann Center for High-Performace Computing (1985-90), the MetaCenter (1991-96), the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA), the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (1985-92), the San Diego Supercomputing Center (1986-91), Partnership Illinois, and the Undergraduate Research Program and Computer Science Initiative (1986-87). Major correspondents include Erich Bloch, Larry Smarr, James Bottum, John Wooley, John Connolly, Paul Rotar, Richard Hirsch, and Warren Kornberg.