NSF encourages IUCRC proposals in cybersecurity
March 13, 2017
Building a resilient and secure cyberspace is a national problem with global implications. NSF encourages proposals for Industry–University Cooperative Research Centers (IUCRCs) in the area of cybersecurity in response to program solicitation NSF 17-516.
Please see Dear Colleague Letter NSF 17-061 for information about cybersecurity research areas, contacts and more.
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