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Dr. Suzi Iacono, (Acting) Assistant Director, Computer and Information Science and Engineering


Dr. Suzi Iacono, (Acting) Assistant Director, CISE

Dr. Suzi Iacono is serving as acting assistant director for the Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) Directorate at the National Science Foundation.

Since 2012, Iacono has served as the deputy assistant director for CISE. For six years prior to that, she served as the senior science advisor for CISE. Iacono joined NSF from Boston University in 1998 as a program director in the Division for Information and Intelligent Systems (IIS). She has served in various positions within NSF: Twice as acting DAD in CISE and as acting division director for both the IIS and Computer and Network Systems Divisions. She completed her undergraduate and master's work at the University of California, Irvine, in social ecology and earned her Ph.D. in information systems from the University of Arizona.

During her time with NSF, Iacono has provided significant leadership in three interagency administration initiatives: National Robotics Initiative, Big Data and US Ignite. Within the foundation, she has co-chaired the NSF Incentive Awards Revitalization Team (IART) and served as goal leader for one of NSF's three priority goals.

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