Creator of Knowledge
Information Resources Management Association
Advancing the Concepts & Practices of Information Resources Management in Modern Organizations

Craig A. Stewart

Dr. Craig Stewart is executive director of the Indiana University Pervasive Technology Institute (IUPTI-, IU's flagship initiative for advanced IT research, development, and delivery in support of research, scholarship, and artistic performances. Dr. Stewart also serves as Associate Dean for leads the Research Technologies division of University Information Technology Services (UITS), which serves IU's research and scholarship missions through computation, storage, and visualization facilities and support. Stewart is the Principal Investigator for the NSF-funded Jetstream cloud system – the first production cloud facility funded by the National Science Foundation. Jetstream is a managed science cloud – a cloud managed for science and in particular managed for interactive use by the many scientists and scholars who need advanced cyberinfrastructure resources in a form other than a batch-oriented supercomputer. More information is available at Recent research activities include studies of sustainability in cyberinfrastructure and return on investment in cyberinfrastructure at the campus and national level. Stewart has extensive experience leading and managing services to support IU researchers - including past appointments as director of the Stat/Math Center, Research and Academic Computing, and Indiana Genomics Initiative Information Technology Core; and special assistant for the Life Sciences, IU Office of the Vice President for Research. He is also an adjunct professor in informatics, medical genetics, and biology. He has been a visiting faculty member in Computer Science, University of Stuttgart and a Fulbright Senior Scholar at the Technische Universitaet Dresden (Germany). Stewart holds a PhD in ecology and evolutionary biology from Indiana University, and a BA in mathematics and biology from Wittenberg University.
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