If you have a report or publication that you think is of value to the CI community and should be included here, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this article, Atkins writes that there is growing acceptance of the assertion that science is becoming more and more data-centric, as evidenced by a large and growing number of reports from research communities, research funding agencies, and academia.
Fuller, Samuel H. and Lynette I. Millett, Editors; Committee on Sustaining Growth in Computing Performance; National Research Council. (2011). Future of Computing Performance: Game Over or Next Level?
This report from the National Academies Press makes the case for research and development on much more power-efficient computing systems at all levels of technology, including devices, hardware architecture, and software systems.
The UM Library maintains a Guide to Cyberinfrastructure and Research Resources. This guide collects many publications and videos that provide a historical context to the evolution of the use of CI in the US.
UM and ARC have produced several reports on CI as well.