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May 19-21 Conference in Boston to Show Extraordinary Depth, Diversity
The 2003 National Conference on Digital Government Research will show off nearly 100 papers, posters and system demonstrations on the latest DG explorations of data mining, hardware solutions, metadata, policy science and graphical data browsers. See a preview of several intriguing papers here:
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NEWS BEYOND DG.O
PISTA '03 Issues Its Call for Papers
The International Conference on Socio Political Informatics and Cybernetics meets in Orlando in August.
NSF, Intelligence Community Fund Anti-Terrorism Research
A new program announcement from the Directorate of Mathematical and Physical Sciences posts a July deadline for submissions.
Digital Preservation Management: Short-Term Solutions to Long-Term Problems
New digital preservation training program scheduled to begin Aug. 4-8 at the Cornell University Library, Ithaca, NY.
Game Theorist Sandler Describes Unintended Consequences of U.S. Counter-Terrorism Policies
NSF Support Helps Start a Robot Soccer Dynasty
NSF Researchers To Help Modern Organizations Adapt and Respond In The Information Age
NSF Middleware Initiative Contributes Third Software Release to Cyberinfrastructure for Science and Engineering
Workshop on Nanotechnology Grand Challenges in the Environment to Be Held at NSF
NSF Announces 2003 Director's Award for Distinguished Teaching Scholars Awardees
Symposium to Convene on e-Publishing Effects on Scientific Research
A 2-day symposium is set for May 19-20 on the ways that electronically publishing scientific journals affects the health of scientific research. The event takes place in the auditorium of the National Academy of Sciences building, 2100 C St. N.W., Washington, D.C. Participate online during the event:
The Committee on Telecommunications Research and Development held its first meeting recently to assess the state of telecommunications research and development in the United States, analyze the implications of changes for the telecom industry and examine possible solutions to strengthen research and development.
DEADLINES OF INTEREST
May 31: NSF, Science Journal Visualization Contest
June 9, 2003: FULL PROPOSAL DUE BY 5 P.M PROPOSER'S LOCAL TIME
Terascale Extensions: Enhancements to the Extensible Terascale
June 10, 2003: FULL PROPOSAL DUE BY 5 P.M PROPOSER'S LOCAL TIME
Special Projects in Networking Research (SPN)
June 18, 2003: FULL PROPOSAL DUE BY 5 P.M. PROPOSER'S LOCAL TIME
Highly Dependable Computing and Communication Systems Research
June 30, 2003: The National Medal of Science 2004
July 1, 2003: SOFTWARE TOOLS
Advanced Computational Research Program Announcement
RECENT PUBLICATIONS OF INTEREST
Questions and Answers from the Extensible Terascale Facility (ETF) Workshop held on September 20, 2002
Integrating Research and Education: Biocomplexity Investigators Explore the Possibilities: Summary of a Workshop
Who Will Keep the Public Healthy? Educating Public Health Professionals for the 21st Century
Testing and Evaluation of Standoff Chemical Agent Detectors
Major benefits to be gained from encouraging collaboration between the arts and technology, says a new report from the National Academies' Computer Science and Telecommunications Board.
http://www.nap.edu/catalog/10671.html?onpi_topnews_040703 Ensuring the Quality of Data Disseminated by the Federal Government: Workshop Report
Science and Technology for Army Homeland Security: Report 1
Beyond Productivity: Information, Technology, Innovation, and Creativity
Accelerating the Research, Development, and Acquisition of Medical Countermeasures Against Biological Warfare Agents: Interim Report
From Climate to Weather: Impacts on Society and Economy - Summary of a Forum, June 28, 2002, Washington, DC
ISC Security Design Criteria for New Federal Office Buildings and Major Modernization Projects: A Review and Commentary
Weaving a National Map: Review of the U.S. Geological Survey Concept of The National Map
VACANCIES OF INTEREST Program Director, AD-1550-4, CISE/EIA (Closes: 06/02/2003)
Computer Scientist (Program Director), AD-1550-4, CISE/EIA (Closes: 06/02/2003)
Computer Scientist (Program Director), AD-1550-4 (CISE/IIS) (Closes: 07/09/2003)
Program Director for Information Technology & Infrastructure Systems, ENG/CMS (Closes: 06/30/2003)
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