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What's in the name?

Portrait image of Jane Caviness


Named in honor of Jane Caviness, former director of Academic Computing Services at the University of Delaware. In the 1980s, Caviness led a ground-breaking expansion of UD’s computing resources and network infrastructure that laid the foundation for UD’s current research computing capabilities. After leaving UD, Caviness joined the National Science Foundation (NSF) as program director for NSFNET. Caviness’ activity in the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and EDUCOM highlight her strong advocacy for collaboration in the research computing community.

The naming of UD’s third HPC community cluster continues the practice of naming our HPC clusters in honor of UD faculty and staff who have played a key role in the development of the internet: David Mills, David Farber, and now Jane Caviness.