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Upcoming Events

5 Ways You Can Teach Even More with Feedback

  • Peggy Takach, FCTL will be presenting on Tuesday, October 10 from 5:30-7:00 p.m. at Hinds 347 (Katzer Collaboratory)
  • Click here to register.

Fundamentals of Instructional Design

  • Prof. Tiffany Koszalka, will be discussing Instructional Design, Development, and Evaluation on Thursday, October 12 from 4:00-5:15 p.m. at Lyman Hall 132.
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What Every International Graduate Student Should Know About U.S. Employment

  • Dan Beaudry will be talking about Employment in the U.S. for International on Thursday, October 12 from 5:00-6:30 p.m. Maxwell Auditorium, Maxwell Hall.
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Awarded Proposals

  • Dr. Jae C. Oh, EECS, received an award from Syracuse Research Corporation (SRC) for “Bio-Inspired Foraging Threat Avoidance (BFTA)”.
  • Dr. Yuzhe Tang, EECS, received an award from the National Security Agency for “Syracuse University CyberSecurity Curricula Development”

Funding Opportunities

ROSES 2017: Earth Science Applications: Health and Air Quality (NASA)

  • Nov 03; This ROSES NRA (NNH17ZDA001N) solicits basic and applied research in support of NASA’s Science Mission Directorate (SMD). The NRA covers all aspects of basic and applied supporting research and technology in space and Earth sciences.

Fossil Fuel Large-Scale Pilots (DOE)

  • Oct 19; This FOA seeks applications for projects to design, construct, and operate large-scale pilots of transformational coal technologies aimed at enabling step change improvements in coal powered system performance, efficiency, and cost of electricity.

Secure and Trustworthy Cyberspace (NSF)

  • The goals of the Secure and Trustworthy Cyberspace (SaTC) program are aligned with the Federal Cybersecurity Research and Development Strategic Plan (RDSP) and the National Privacy Research Strategy (NPRS) to protect and preserve the growing social and economic benefits of cyber systems while ensuring security and privacy. Deadlines vary by proposal type.

Environmental Engineering (NSF)

  • Oct 20, annually thereafter; The goal of the Environmental Engineering program is to support transformative research which applies scientific and engineering principles to avoid or minimize solid, liquid, and gaseous discharges, resulting from human activities on land, inland and coastal waters, and air, while promoting resource and energy conservation and recovery.

Catalysis (NSF)

  • Oct 20, annually thereafter; the goal of the Catalysis program is to advance research in catalytic engineering science and promote fundamental understanding and the development of catalytic materials and reactions that are of benefit to society.

Fluid Dynamics (NSF)

  • Oct 20, annually thereafter; The Fluid Dynamics program supports fundamental research toward gaining an understanding of the physics of various fluid dynamics phenomenon. Proposed research should contribute to basic scientific understanding via experiments, theoretical developments, and computational discovery.

Biophotonics (NSF)

  • Oct 20, annually thereafter; The goal of the Biophotonics program is to explore the research frontiers in photonics principles, engineering and technology that are relevant for critical problems in fields of medicine, biology and biotechnology.

Nano-Biosensing (NSF)

  • Oct 20, annually thereafter; The Nano-Biosensing program is part of the Engineering Biology and Health cluster, which includes also 1) Cellular and Biochemical Engineering; 2) Engineering of Biomedical Systems; 3) Biophotonics; and 4) Disability and Rehabilitation Engineering. The Nano-Biosensing program supports fundamental engineering research on devices and methods for measurement and quantification of biological analytes.

Computational and Data-Enabled Science and Engineering (NSF)

  • Advanced computational infrastructure and the ability to perform large-scale simulations and accumulate massive amounts of data have revolutionized scientific and engineering disciplines.  The goal of the CDS&E program is to identify and capitalize on opportunities for major scientific and engineering breakthroughs through new computational and data analysis approaches.
  • Please visit the website for details on deadlines.

Semiconductor Synthetic Biology for Information Processing and Storage Technologies (NSF)

  • Oct 30; Future ultra-low-energy computing, storage and signal-processing systems can be built on principles derived from organic systems that are at the intersection of chemistry, biology, and engineering.  New information technologies can be envisioned that are based on biological principles and that use biomaterials in the fabrication of devices and components; it is anticipated that these information technologies could enable stored data to be retained for more than 100 years and storage capacity to be 1,000 times greater than current capabilities.

Chemistry of Life Processes (NSF)

  • Oct 31 and annually thereafter; The Chemistry of Life Processes (CLP) Program supports fundamental experimental and computational studies of molecules and/or systems at the interface of chemistry and biology. The Program supports studies that investigate how molecular structure, dynamics and interactions, as well as reaction thermodynamics and mechanisms are integrated with the chemistry performed by the biological systems.

Macromolecular, Supramolecular and Nanochemistry (NSF)

  • Oct 31; The Macromolecular, Supramolecular and Nanochemistry (MSN) Program focuses on basic research that addresses fundamental questions and advances knowledge regarding the chemistry of macromolecular, supramolecular, and nanoscopic structures. Research of interest to this program will explore novel chemistry concepts.

Environmental Chemical Sciences (NSF)

  •  Oct 31; The Environmental Chemical Sciences (ECS) Program supports experimental and computational research on the fundamental chemistry of processes in the environment. Recognizing the intrinsic complexity and heterogeneity of environmental systems, projects develop and utilize advanced experimental, modeling and simulation approaches to discover, explain, and predict environmental phenomena.

Chemical Measurement and Imaging (NSF)

  • Oct 31; The Chemical Measurement and Imaging Program supports research focusing on chemically-relevant measurement science and imaging, targeting both improved understanding of new and existing methods and development of innovative approaches and instruments.

Communications, Circuits, and Sensing-Systems (NSF)

  • Nov 1; The Communications, Circuits, and Sensing-Systems (CCSS) Program is intended to spur visionary systems-oriented activities in collaborative, multidisciplinary, and integrative engineering research. The goal is to design, develop, and implement new complex and hybrid systems at all scales, including nano and macro, which lead to innovative engineering principles and solutions for a variety of application domain.

Energy, Power, Control, and Networks (NSF)

  •  Nov 1; Recent advances in communications, computation, and sensing technologies offer unprecedented opportunities for the design of cyber-physical systems with increased responsiveness, interconnectivity and automation. To meet new challenges and societal needs, the Energy, Power, Control and Networks (EPCN) Program invests in systems and control methods for analysis and design of cyber-physical systems to ensure stability, performance, robustness, and security.

Electronics, Photonics and Magnetic Devices (NSF)

  • Nov 1; The program supports cooperative efforts with the semiconductor industry on new nanoelectronics concepts beyond the scaling limits of silicon technology. EPMD additionally emphasizes emerging areas of diagnostic, wearable and implantable devices, and supports manipulation and real-time measurement with nanoscale precision through new approaches to imaging and metrology.

Operations Engineering (NSF)

  • Jan 24, 2018, annually thereafter; The Operations Engineering (OE) program supports fundamental research on advanced analytical methods for improving operations in complex decision-driven environments.  Analytical methods include, but are not limited to, deterministic and stochastic modeling, optimization, decision and risk analysis, data science, and simulation.

Mind, Machine and Motor Nexus (NSF)

  • Jan 24, 2018, annually thereafter; The Mind, Machine and Motor Nexus (M3X) program supports fundamental research at the intersection of mind, machine and motor. A distinguishing characteristic of the program is an integrated treatment of human intent, perception, and behavior in interaction with embodied and intelligent engineered systems and as mediated by motor manipulation.

Mechanics of Materials and Structures (NSF)

  •  Jan 24, 2018, annually thereafter; The Mechanics of Materials and Structures program supports fundamental research in mechanics as related to the behavior of deformable solid materials and structures under internal and external actions. The program supports a diverse spectrum of research with emphasis on transformative advances in experimental, theoretical, and computational methods.

Biomechanics and Mechanobiology (NSF)

  •  Jan 24, 2018, annually thereafter The BMMB Program supports fundamental research in biomechanics and mechanobiology. An emphasis is placed on multiscale mechanics approaches in the study of organisms that integrate across molecular, cell, tissue, and organ domains.