Mathematical Sciences: Innovations at the Interface with Computer Sciences Crosscutting Programs
|Tie . Luo||MPS/DMS||Lawrence Rosenblum|
|Sankar Basu||Grace Yang|
This solicitation covers three categories of activities. Please see Section II of this solicitation for contact information on each of the three categories .
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This solicitation describes the opportunities available for support through the Foundation’s Mathematical Sciences Priority Area in the following category:
- Interactions between Mathematical Sciences and Computer Sciences (MSPA-MCS)
Investments in the MSPA-MCS program aim to deepen support of collaborative research in fundamental mathematics and statistics, and computer science with a focus primarily on mathematical and statistical challenges posed by large data sets, managing and modeling uncertainty, and modeling complex nonlinear systems.