Infrastructure for Research towards
Ubiquitous Information Systems Project

Harvard University






NEW: poster and featured publications from the NSF CISE/EIA RI and MII PI's Workshop at Snowbird, July 8 & 9, 2000.

The Harvard Ubiquitous Information (UI) Project, supported by NSF grant CDA 94-01024, was conducted within Harvard's Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences. The project focused on research to support the development of easy-to-use large-scale information systems. Research on this project spanned from the development of new networking technologies and computer architectures through design of high-performance files systems and extensible operating systems, to the development of more flexible systems for human-computer communication. The hardware infrastructure built with this grant's funding supported the development of a software infrastructure for research in these areas.

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