NSF calls for research in real-time learning and decision-making for engineered systems
April 12, 2018
Real-time learning and decision-making in engineering systems will play an increasingly critical role in modern engineering systems and infrastructures, such as the smart grid, transportation and mobility, water distribution systems, healthcare logistics and delivery systems, advanced manufacturing, chemical and biological process systems, sensor networks, sustainable buildings, smart and connected communities, and dynamic control of transport processes.
To lead the way toward safe, reliable, and efficient data-enabled engineering systems, the NSF Directorate for Engineering calls for research proposals in fundamental theory, algorithms, engineering principles, and applications for real-time learning and decision-making.
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