Executive director, Pervasive Technology Institute
Dr. Craig Stewart leads the Pervasive Technology Institute (PTI), IU's flagship initiative for advanced IT research, development, and delivery in support of research, scholarship, and artistic performances. He is particularly involved in leading cyberinfrastructure services affiliated with PTI, and its activities in economic development, training, education, and outreach.
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, and 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.
- Performance and quality of service of data and video movement over a 100 Gbps testbed. Future Generation Computer Systems, 29(1), 230-240. January 2013
- Conducting K-12 outreach to evoke early interest in IT, science, and advanced technology. Proceedings of first conference of the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment. 2012
- Stewart, C.A., Miller, T. Economic development by the Indiana University Pervasive Technology Institute, Pervasive Technology Labs, and the Research Technologies Division of University Information Technology Services September 1999 - June 2011: a public report. 2011
- NSF Advisory Committee for Cyberinfrastructure Task Force on Campus Bridging. Final Report. March 2011
- Dreher, P., S.C. Ahalt, G. Almes, M. Mundrane, J. Pepin and C.A. Stewart, (eds.) Campus Bridging: Campus Leadership Engagement in Building a Coherent Campus Cyberinfrastructure Workshop Report. 2011
- Barnett, W., V. Welch, A. Walsh and C.A. Stewart. A Roadmap for Using NSF Cyberinfrastructure with InCommon. 2011
- Stewart, C.A., D.S. Katz, D.L. Hart, D. Lantrip, D.S. McCaulay and R.L. Moore. Technical Report: Survey of cyberinfrastructure needs and interests of NSF-funded principal investigators. 2011
- Implementation of a shared data repository and common data dictionary for fetal alcohol spectrum disorders research. Alcohol, 44(7-8), 643-647. November - December 2010
- Stewart, C.A., M. Link, D.S. McCaulay, G. Rodgers, G. Turner, D. Hancock, P. Wang, F. Saied, M. Pierce, R. Aiken, M. Mueller, M. Jurenz, M. Lieber, J. Tillotson and B. Plale. Implementation, performance, and science results from a 30.7 TFLOPS IBM BladeCenter cluster. Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience, 22(2), 157-174. 2010
- Stewart, C.A., S. Simms, B. Plale, M. Link, D. Hancock and G. Fox. What is cyberinfrastructure? Proceedings of SIGUCCS 2010. 2010