Funding opportunity in the US (international collaboration
is also encouraged)
kabdali at nsf.gov
Mon Oct 18 10:42:50 PDT 1999
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At 10/9/99 06:58 AM -0400, Jack Snoeyink wrote:
>I was speaking with Kamal Abdali at NSF yesterday, and he wanted to make
>sure that the US computational geometry community knows about the following
>> Title: Information Technology Research (ITR)
>> Type: Program Announcements & Information
>> Subtype: NSF-wide
>Apparently the funding approval for $100M has just gone through congress,
>which essentially increases the total computer science budget by 50% this
>year. The increase is to meet the goals of the PITAC report.
>Letters of intent for $3M centers and proposals over $500K are due Nov 15.
>(The ITR program document also says that international collaboration is
>encouraged. Since NSF funds are spent in the US, what this usually means
>that coordinated submissions to two or more different national granting
>agencies will increase the chances of both.)
>On behalf of the CG steering committee,
>Jack Snoeyink at cs.unc.edu UNC Chapel Hill, Computer Science
> CB 3175, Sitterson Hall, Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3175 USA
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