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Programs and Funding Opportunities

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Computer and Network Systems (CNS): Core Programs    
Computer Systems Research (CSR)    
Networking Technology and Systems (NeTS)    
Education and Workforce Program    
Broadening Participation in Computing Alliance Program (BPC-A)    
Research Infrastructure Program    
CISE Research Infrastructure (CRI)    
Global Environment for Networking Innovations (GENI)    
Major Research Instrumentation Program: (MRI)   NSF Wide Flag    
Critical Resilient Interdependent Infrastructure Systems and Processes (CRISP)    
Additional Funding Opportunities for the CNS Community    
IUSE / Professional Formation of Engineers: REvolutionizing engineering and computer science Departments (RED)    
Optics and Photonics (OP)   Crosscutting    
STEM + Computing Partnerships (STEM+C)    

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Recently Announced Funding Opportunities    See All    

Campus Cyberinfrastructure
(NSF  16-567) Posted May 23, 2016

Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) Research Initiation Initiative
(NSF  16-565) Posted May 12, 2016

EPSCoR Research Infrastructure Improvement Program Track-1:
(NSF  16-557) Posted March 31, 2016

US Ignite:
(NSF  16-553) Posted March 16, 2016

Cyber-Physical Systems
(NSF  16-549) Posted March 1, 2016

Upcoming Due Dates    See All   

Innovation Corps- National Innovation Network Sites Program
(NSF  16-547) Full Proposal: May 25, 2016

Research Experiences for Undergraduates
(NSF  13-542) Full Proposal: May 27, 2016, Deadline for REU Site proposals requiring access to Antarctica. All other REU Site proposals must be submitted to the August REU deadline.

Cyber-Physical Systems
(NSF  16-549) Full Proposal: June 7, 2016

US Ignite:
(NSF  16-553) Full Proposal: June 14, 2016

EPSCoR Research Infrastructure Improvement Program Track-1:
(NSF  16-557) Letter of Intent: July 5, 2016

News    See All   

geolocation distributions of infected domains   New cybersecurity technique uses semantic gaps to detect website promotional attacks Released May 19, 2016 News From the Field    
a camera attached to a robot's hand   Robot's in-hand eye maps surroundings, determines hand's location Released May 16, 2016 News From the Field    
dog sitting wearing a harness   New tech uses hardware, software to train dogs more efficiently Released May 2, 2016 News From the Field    
Energy-interference-free Debugger   Hardware and software debugging tools created for intermittently powered energy-harvesting devices Released April 4, 2016 News From the Field    

Discoveries    See All   

shepards using a mobile device Computers play a crucial role in preserving the Earth     From bears to birds to herders: NSF-funded researchers develop computing methods to cultivate a sustainable environment, economy and society Released  April 20, 2016    
people with computers at a conference Envisioning supercomputers of the future     Project to test operating systems for future exascale computers Released  March 17, 2016    
micro-biosensor on the side of a coin Fundamental science will play a key role in finding cancer cure     NSF-supported research to help U.S. achieve cancer 'moonshot' Released  March 15, 2016    
medical staff working on a machine Making mobile health effective and secure     Interdisciplinary project working to design security measures for wearables, hospitals and homes Released  December 17, 2015    
hand holding a smartphone with a car in the background Benefits and risks of the 'Internet of Things'     Researchers from the University of Washington identify vulnerabilities in automobiles and medical devices and design tools to prevent data tracking Released  October 23, 2015    

Events Calendar    See All   

November 9, 2015  - December 9, 2016
2016 NRT Informational Webinars

May 23, 2016  - May 25, 2016
National SBIR Conference

May 26, 2016
NSF CAREER Program Webinar

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