NSF Supplemental Funding Available for US-India Collaborative Research
The following announcement is provided by the National Science Foundation.
National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Directorate for Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) and Directorate for Engineering (ENG) is accepting applications for their virtual March 15th and March 22nd Building Collaborations: U.S.- India Workshop.
The joint funding opportunity, in collaboration with six Indian Technological Innovation Hubs (TIHs), aims to provide supplemental funding for collaborative projects in research areas such as AI, computer vision, controls, data science, embedded systems, edge computing, and IoT and application areas such as agriculture, climate, future manufacturing, health, and robotics. U.S. PIs with active NSF awards can apply for supplemental funding.
Please review the information about TIHs before submitting your application.
Workshop Date and Time: March 15th and March 22nd from 10:30 AM- 12:30 PM EST.
Eligible NSF Programs:
- Computer Systems Research
- Cyber-Physical Systems
- Human-Centered Computing
- Information Integration and Informatics
- Robust Intelligence
- Foundational Research in Robotics
- Smart and Connected Communities
- Energy, Power, Control, and Networks
- Communications, Circuits, and Sensing-Systems
Application Deadline: Applications are accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis until March 1st, 2022.
How to apply? When submitting your application, please be prepared to answer questions about your active NSF grant, research expertise, the top three TIHs you would like to interact with during the workshop, and a brief description of potential areas of collaboration. If you already have an Indian research partner in mind, please encourage them to explore the TIHs for proposal and coordinate your submissions.
You can review further details about the application process here.
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