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Articles relevant to the Computing Community Consortium.

CCC Receives $5 Million NSF Award to Continue Catalyzing the Research Community 


By Haley Griffin, Program Associate, CCC, and Matt Hazenbush, Director of Communications   Following an intensive recompete process, the Computing Community Consortium (CCC) is pleased to announce it has been awarded a $5 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to continue serving the computing research community for another two years.  Building on CCC’s […]

Mary Lou Maher to Join CRA as Director of Research Community Initiatives


By Matt Hazenbush, Director of Communications  The Computing Research Association (CRA) is excited to announce the naming of Mary Lou Maher, PhD to the position of Director of Research Community Initiatives. An accomplished researcher with leadership experience that spans the settings of universities, large research projects, and the National Science Foundation (NSF), Dr. Maher joins […]

CCC Releases the 5 Year Update to the Next Steps in Quantum Computing Workshop Report


By Catherine Gill, Program Associate, CCC Quantum computing has captured the public’s attention due to its incredible theoretical applications, but the intensely complicated underlying physics make it difficult for even computing experts in other fields to understand. Computing researchers in other disciplines, however, have valuable knowledge to aid in the development of quantum computers. “To […]

CCC Council Member Nominations Open


By Haley Griffin, Program Associate, CCC The Computing Community Consortium (CCC) is charged with enabling the pursuit of innovative, high-impact computing research that aligns with pressing national and global challenges. Established in 2006 through a cooperative agreement between the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Computing Research Association (CRA), the CCC provides a voice […]

CCC Accepting Visioning Proposals from the Community


By Haley Griffin, Program Associate, CCC The mission of Computing Research Association’s (CRA) Computing Community Consortium (CCC) is to enable the pursuit of innovative, high-impact research that aligns with pressing national and global challenges. The CCC welcomes proposals for visioning activities from the community to catalyze innovative research at the frontiers of computing. Successful activities […]

CCC and CRA-I Respond to NIH RFI on Developing Consent Language for Research Using Digital Health Technologies


By Haley Griffin, Program Associate, CCC In December, the CCC, in collaboration with CRA-Industry (CRA-I), responded to a Request for Information released by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) on Developing Consent Language for Research Using Digital Health Technologies. The following CCC Council Members and CCC staff authored the response: David Danks (University of California, […]

CRA Accepting Applications for Director of Research Community Initiatives


By Maddy Hunter, Program Associate, CCC The Computing Research Association (CRA) is seeking high-achieving applicants for the position of Director of Research Community Initiatives.  This role is responsible for managing the internal Computing Community Consortium (CCC) staff and working closely with the CCC Council of 24 computing community members in their pursuit of high-impact research […]

Blue Sky Track Winners at ICMI’23


By Maddy Hunter, Program Associate, CCC The Computing Community Consortium (CCC) recently sponsored a Blue Sky Ideas Conference Track at the 2023 ACM International Conference on Multimodal Interaction (ICMI’23). The conference was held in Paris, France on on October 9-13th. 1st Place: “From Natural to Non-Natural Interaction: Embracing Interaction Design Beyond the Accepted Convention of […]

CCC’s Recent Responses to the Community Highlights


By Maddy Hunter, Program Associate, CCC An important role of the Computing Community Consortium (CCC) is responding to government requests for information. The CCC does this by recruiting various members of the computing research community to synthesize main points and incorporate a variety of opinions into a response. In the past couple of months alone, […]