February NSF Webinar


EPSCoR Webinar Schedule:

January 30 from 1pm – 2pm ET

Industry-University Cooperative Research Centers (IUCRC)

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February 12  from 2pm – 3pm ET

Technology, Innovation and Partnerships (TIP) Programs

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February 13 from 2pm – 3pm ET

Networking Technology and Systems (NeTS)

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More information:

The IUCRC program catalyzes breakthrough pre-competitive research by enabling close and sustained engagement between industry innovators, world-class academic teams, and government agencies. IUCRCs help industry partners and government agencies connect directly and efficiently with university researchers to achieve three primary objectives:

  • Conduct high-impact research to meet shared and critical industrial needs in companies of all sizes;
  • Enhance U.S. global leadership in driving innovative technology development, and
  • Identify, mentor and develop a diverse, highly skilled science and engineering workforce.

The program currently supports 80+ Centers with 120+ participating universities and 800+ research-intensive member organizations involved.

The Directorate for Technology, Innovation and Partnerships (TIP) advances use-inspired and translational research in all fields of science and engineering, giving rise to new industries and engaging all Americans — regardless of background or location — in the pursuit of new, high-wage jobs in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). There are many cross-cutting TIP activities. Our webinar will focus on several of them, including Regional Innovation Engines and Enabling Partnerships to Increase Innovation Capacity (EPIIC).

The Networking Technology and Systems (NeTS) program seeks fundamental scientific understanding of and advances in large-scale, complex, heterogeneous communications networks, including, but not limited to, internet of things (IoT), home, edge, enterprise, data center, cloud, and Internet or Internet-scale networks, and in the wireless areas of cellular, vehicular, mesh, sensor, body area, satellite, and underwater networks.

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