This virtual meeting will be held to discuss the outline draft for an NSF Convergence Accelerator track that we will develop during the Building Resilience to Climate Driven Extreme Events with Computing Innovations: A Convergence Accelerator Workshop.
Through this workshop we hope to identify the computing building blocks needed to facilitate and expedite technological innovation in multiple impact areas. We plan to focus on a subset of the impact areas identified in the CCC white paper on computing research for the climate crisis: Energy, Environmental Justice, Agriculture, and Transportation.
The CCC will hold a visioning workshop on August 16-17 in Atlanta Georgia to exploit the synergies of the AI/OR fields.
The event will be a workshop involving both the 2020 and 2021 CIFellow cohorts on May 26th in Washington, DC. We will have a variety of speakers, panels and networking opportunities with members of the computing research community.
On May 25th, 2022 the 30th anniversary celebration of the Networking and Information Technology Research and Development (NITRD) program will be held In-Person at the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC.
At this workshop, participants will investigate ways to improve the design and uptake of hardware security mechanisms. In addition to looking at traditional technical solutions, the workshop will also considers new mechanisms to incentivize designers, system integrators, and users to create and maintain security of their systems. The workshop will bring together hardware and software security experts and economists and experts in devising and implementing governmental policies.
We view the basic science and engineering of reversible computers as being currently an extremely ripe area of focus for future large-scale federal research initiatives.The purpose of this workshop will be to gather the research community in this field, lay a common foundation of existing state-of-the-art knowledge, and work together to prepare a comprehensive workshop report that can make the case for a major new initiative effectively to Federal level decision-makers.
To layout a research roadmap aimed at applying AI to the fight against human trafficking.
Identified existing capabilities, current research, and research trends that address the challenges and problems identified in workshop 1.
The goal of this workshop was to bring together a group of researchers with expertise in relevant content, technology, and method domains to accelerate and guide progress in this important area.