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SAMSI CDI Workshop: Cyber-enabled Discovery and Innovation

November 1, 2007 9:30 AM  to 
November 1, 2007 4:00 PM
Radisson RTP, Research Triangle Park, NC

At the Radisson RTP, on November 1, 2007, a one-day workshop will be held to introduce participants to the CDI initiative and suggest possible roads for development of proposals. The activities will include:

  • A presentation by NSF officers concerning the new initiative, followed by a question & answer session.
  • Overview discussions by panels on issues and challenges in the three areas listed above.
  • Presentations on CDI-type problems from industry, national laboratories, or other sciences that might suggest interesting roads towards collaboration with mathematical and statistical scientists to pursue the problems.

This is part of a coordinated effort of the NSF Mathematical Sciences Institutes to inform the mathematical and statistical communities about this initiative and to facilitate the development of research proposals; see the website for activities at the various institutes. The Division of Mathematical Sciences at the National Science Foundation is strongly supportive of the involvement of mathematical and cross-disciplinary groups in research projects connected with CDI.

Meeting Type

Thomas F. Russell, (703) 292-4863, trussell@nsf.gov

NSF Related Organizations
Division of Mathematical Sciences

Related Programs
Cyber-Enabled Discovery and Innovation

Related Websites
SAMSI CDI Workshop: http://www.samsi.info/workshops/2007cdi-intro200711.shtml


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