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Upcoming Events

Just for Masters: Networking

  • Find out how networking is really done and how to improve your odds of getting a job tremendously.
  • February 16, 12:00–1:30 pm, Hall of Languages 107
  • Click here to register.

Online Teaching and Learning

  • Speaker: Dr. Michael Morrison, Manager, Online Learning Services
  • Friday, February 16, 3:30-5:00 p.m., Hall of Languages 107
  • Click here to register.

Robots that fly!

  • Speaker: Dr. Vijay Kumar, Dean of Engineering at University of Pennsylvania, is visiting SU as part of the University Lecture series.
  • Feb 20th at 7:30pm in Hendricks Chapel.

Mendeley workshop

  • Event is hosted by Syracuse University Libraries on Wednesday, February 21st for a Mendeley workshop Faculty, staff, and students are all welcome. More help on the tool can be found on the Mendeley Research Guide.
  • Session 1: Wednesday, February 21st from 10:00am to 11:30am at Bird Library 046 (ETC)
  • Session 2: Wednesday, February 21st from 2:30pm to 4:00pm at Bird Library 046 (ETC)

Funding Opportunities

For Students:

International Society of Automation Educational Foundation Scholarships

  • Mar 15; ISA Scholarships (named awards) are awarded to college or university students who demonstrate outstanding potential for long-range contribution to the fields of automation and control. The scholarship awards support tuition and related expenses and research activities and initiatives.
  • Visit link for information on deadlines.

Anita Borg Systers Pass-It-On (PIO) Awards

  • Mar 28; The awards honor Anita Borg’s desire to create a network of technical women technologists helping one another. The cash awards, funded by donations from the Systers Online Community, are intended as means for women established in technological fields to support women seeking their place in the fields of technology.

Richard E. Merwin Student Scholarship (IEEE)

  • 30 Apr; IEEE Computer Society is offering this scholarship to recognize and reward active student volunteer leaders in student branches or chapters who show promise in their academic and professional efforts.

For Faculty:

Cyber-Physical Systems (NSF)

  • May 8; The CPS program aims to develop the core research needed to engineer these complex CPS, some of which may also require dependable, high-confidence, or provable behaviors. Core research areas of the program include control, data analytics, autonomy, design, information management, internet of things (IoT), mixed initiatives including human-in- or on-the-loop, networking, privacy, real-time systems, safety, security, and verification.

Formal Methods in the Field (NSF)

  • May 8; The Formal Methods in the Field (FMitF) program aims to bring together researchers in formal methods with researchers in other areas of computer and information science and engineering to jointly develop rigorous and reproducible methodologies for designing and implementing correct-by-construction systems and applications with provable guarantees.

Computer Science for All (NSF)

  • May 9; This program aims to provide all S. students the opportunity to participate in computer science (CS) and computational thinking (CT) education in their schools at the preK-12 levels. With this solicitation, the National Science Foundation (NSF) focuses on researcher-practitioner partnerships (RPPs) that foster the research and development needed to bring CS and CT to all schools.

Perception and Cognition Research to Inform Cancer Image Interpretation (NIH, R21)

  • May 30; The purpose of this Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) is to facilitate research on the perceptual and cognitive processes underlying the performance of cancer image observers in radiology and pathology, in order to improve the accuracy of cancer detection and diagnosis.

Dear Colleague Letter: Enabling Quantum Leap: Achieving Room-Temperature Quantum Logic through Improved Low-Dimensional Materials (NSF)

  • Future quantum information technologies will utilize devices that control, detect, and process information through mechanisms that rely on increasingly novel materials and operational paradigms. This Dear Colleague Letter (DCL) addresses the need for fundamental research into eliminating obstacles to achieving low-dimensional materials suitable for room-temperature quantum information processing.
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