PRAGMA is supported by its member institutions and the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF OCI 1234983, PI: Papadopoulos), involving researchers at UCSD, U Florida, Indiana U, and U Wisconsin. It involves support from NSF Office of Cyberinfrastructure, Office of International Science and Engineering, Division of Information and Intelligent Systems in the Directorate for Computer and Information Science and Engineering, and the Emerging Frontiers Office of the Directorate for Biological Science. Its funding provides partial support for involvement of Indiana University, University of Florida and University of Wisconsin researchers. In addition, previous support came from NSF OCI-0627026, PI: Papadopoulos, and involved support from NSF's Office of Shared Cyberinfrastructure, Office of International Science and Engineering, Division of Information and Intelligent Systems, and Division of Biological Infrastructure. A reallocation of funds has engaged researchers at the University of Kansas for the Virtual Biodiversity Expedition, and a recent NSF-funded supplement has been able to engage researchers at Virginia Tech for development and dissemination of tools developed by the Lake Expedition.
AIST's sponsors include the Strategic International Research Cooperative Program (JST, Japan) and Joint Usage/Research Center for Interdisciplinary Large-scale Information Infrastructures.
ASTI's HPC and cloud computing activities are funded by the Department of Science and Technology (DOST), Philippines.
CMC/OSAKA UNIVERSITY is supported by JGN-X of the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NiCT), Japan.
OSAKA UNIVERSITY AND NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY (NICT): research is supported in part by the collaborative research project title "Research on High Functional Network Platform Technology for Largescale Distributed Computing."
CCS's (at the University of Tsukuba) PRAGMA participation is partially supported by the JST CREST award titled "Development of System Software Technologies for post-Peta Scale High Performance Computing."
CCST at Jilin University receives funding support from the Chinese Natural Science Foundation (51627805) and the Chinese Ministry of Education (2016YFB0201503).
CNIC's sponsors include the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the Ministry of Science and Technology of China and the Natural Science Foundation of China.
DATA TO INSIGHT CENTER, INDIANA UNIVERSITY (IU): IU's involvement in PRAGMA is enabled by the Indiana University Pervasive Technology Institute, and the School of Informatics and Computing. PRAGMA activity is funded in part through the NSF PRAGMA grant OCI 1234983, and a grant to RDA/US from the MacArthur Foundation.
KASETSART UNIVERSITY's (KU) PRAGMA participation has been partly funded by Faculty of Engineering, Kasetsart University.
KISTI receives major funding from the Korean government (MSIP) through EDISON (EDucation-research-industry Integration through Simulation On the Net) Project and KISTI through its Supercomputing R&D Program.
MONASH UNIVERSITY PRAGMA activities (including MURPA) are supported by a range of grants from the Australian Research Council and Monash University internal funding. In particular the MURPA program wishes to acknowledge the financial support of the Faculty of Information Technology and the Monash e-Research Centre. We are extremely grateful to a number of donations from the Cybec Foundation, the Gringlas family and Gapgemini.
NCHC is one of the institutes monitored by the National Applied Research Laboratories that receives major funding support from the Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan.
NECTEC receives its funding through National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA).
STARLIGHT receives major funding from NSF (ACI-1450871) for "IRNC:RXP: StarLight SDX A Software Defined Networking Exchange for Global Science Research and Education." Starlight consortium members and University of Illinois at Chicago and Northwestern University work with member University of California, San Diego, on the NSF (ACI-1541349) "CC*DNI DIBBs: The Pacific Research Platform."
TRANSPAC receives major funding from NSF and collaborates closely with PacificWave, Japan's National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, APAN, TEIN, and other Asian networking groups.
UNIVERSITAS INDONESIA's PRAGMA participation has been partly funded by Faculty of Computer Science, and research grants from the Ministry of Research Technology and Higher Education, Republic Indonesia.
USM's grid activities in Malaysia are funded mainly through E-science and USM Central Funding.
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA's involvement is supported by the NSF PRAGMA grant OCI 1234983.
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN's involvement is supported by the NSF PRAGMA grant OCI 1234983.