CISE is a leader in a number of national initiatives.
December 2, 2016
CISE is a leader in a number of national initiatives:
- Advanced Wireless Research Initiative (July 2016)
- Computer Science for All (January 2016)
- Smart Cities (September 2015)
- National Strategic Computing Initiative (NSCI) (July 2015)
- Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) Initiative (April 2013)
- US Ignite Initiative (June 2012)
- National Big Data Research and Development Initiative (March 2012)
- National Robotics Initiative (June 2011)
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