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Division of Polar Programs

Arctic Cyberinfrastructure and Sensor

This program has been archived.

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PROGRAM GUIDELINES


13-592  Program Solicitation

DUE DATES

Archived

SYNOPSIS

The goal of the Arctic Cyberinfrastructure and Sensors (CIS) emphasis area is to enable the development of both sensors and links in an arctic-wide network of multidisciplinary, integrated sensors, connecting to potential users via the Internet.

CIS will focus on the research required to create new, more capable sensors of physical, biological or chemical variables in the ocean, ice and air, as well as the methodologies to enable such measurements to be made from fixed arrays or autonomous platforms. Because of a wide range of cyberinfrastructure efforts at NSF, CIS will tend to focus on arctic-specific issues in the areas of communications and software as, for example, methodologies for data transmission from under an ice pack as opposed to data transmission protocols in general.

A natural tie exists between the CIS emphasis area and the Arctic Research Support and Logistics (RSL) Program.  As a rule of thumb, CIS should be the recipient of proposals that address forefront research issues in the development of novel sensors or instruments. Conversely, proposals for long-term observations in the Arctic using more established means should be submitted to the RSL Program. Because development efforts may be a part of proposals to the Arctic Natural Sciences, Arctic Social Sciences, and Arctic System Science programs, such proposals will be jointly reviewed, and joint funding may result for successful proposals.

RELATED URLS

Sensors and Sensor Networks (NSF 04-522)

THIS PROGRAM IS PART OF

Arctic Research Opportunities


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