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Press Release 10-147
NSF Announces New Expeditions in Computing Awards

Three new $10 million awards continue NSF program pursuing ambitious, fundamental research agendas that promise to define the future of computing and information

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The Expeditions in Computing awards tackle some of the most challenging computing and information science and engineering issues today. See some of the research being carried out by Expeditions in Computing awardees in this video.

Credit: Lisa Raffensperger, National Science Foundation

 

Photo of two researchers working on a problem at a white board.

Two researchers work on a problem from a previously awarded Expeditions project at Harvard University. The Expeditions in Computing program made its debut in 2008 with four awards. With funding appropriated to NSF in 2009 through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), the agency was able to support three new trailblazer Expeditions. Today's announcement brings the total number of Expeditions projects currently receiving NSF support to ten. In the future, NSF will make Expeditions awards following an 18-month cycle. Each award features a top-notch team working on one of the most challenging computing and information science and engineering issues today.

Credit: Robert Wood, Harvard University


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Photo of a researcher at Harvard University working on a problem at a computer terminal in a lab.

A researcher at Harvard University works on a problem from a previously awarded expedition. The Expeditions in Computing program made its debut in 2008 with four awards. With funding appropriated to NSF in 2009 through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), the agency was able to support three new trailblazer Expeditions. Today's announcement brings the total number of Expeditions projects currently receiving NSF support to 10. In the future, NSF will make Expeditions awards following an 18-month cycle. Each award features a top-notch team working on one of the most challenging computing and information science and engineering issues today.

Credit: Robert Wood, Harvard Unversity


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