About the series
The NSF will host a webinar about the Future of Semiconductors – Teaming for Co-Design Research Capacity (FuSe) program solicitation (22-589) on Friday, June 10, at 1:00 PM Eastern.
The goal of the Future of Semiconductors – Teaming for Co-Design Research Capacity (FuSe Teaming Grants) program is to cultivate a broad coalition of researchers from across science and engineering communities to utilize a holistic, co-design approach to fundamental research and education and training, to enable rapid progress in new semiconductor technologies.
FuSe teaming grants can support capacity-building across the co-design platform, which will potentially position investigators for future competitive larger research grants and future center activity. Teaming grants can also support catalytic activities that foster stakeholder community networks to develop strategies that address the innovative co-design capacity of the U.S. for future semiconductors at the national research center level.
Initially, FuSe team formation is directed to the following three research areas:
- Collaborative research in domain-specific computing
- Advancing function and achieving high-performance from heterointegration
- New materials for energy-efficient, enhanced-performance and sustainable semiconductor-based systems
The FuSe webinar will include an overview presentation from FuSe program directors and time for Q&A.
Prior to the webinar, you can submit questions to be addressed during the Q&A by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. There will also be the option to ask questions live during the event.
Update: Materials from the Future of Semiconductors webinar are now available. See the FuSe webinar slides and webinar recording.