About the series
This Informational Webinar will provide an overview presentation and an opportunity to ask questions about the National Science Foundation (NSF) - Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC) joint program solicitation (NSF 16-526), Energy-Efficient Computing from Devices to Architectures (E2CDA).
Meeting Registration: Registration is required for the E2CDA Webinar. Interested participants can register for the webinar via WebEx (event number: 740 176 930). Note: You will receive instructions for joining the meeting after registering for the event.
Joining the Meeting: You may wish to join the Webinar a few minutes prior to the start time to make sure your Internet connection and audio are established. Please note that the system does not establish a voice connection on your computer - audio will be delivered via telephone. US/Canada participants can dial Verizon toll-free: 1-866-844-9416 or toll: 1-203-369-5026 and announce Passcode: E2cda2016! - or simply follow the instructions on your computer screen once you join the meeting via WebEx.
JAN. 21 NOTICE: WebEx seats are filled, but audio seats are still available for ”NSF-SRC Solicitation on Energy-Efficient Computing from Devices to Architectures (E2CDA) Webinar.”
Due to popular demand, the online WebEx seats for the ”NSF-SRC Solicitation on Energy-Efficient Computing from Devices to Architectures (E2CDA) Webinar” have all been filled. However, we have increased the audio bridge to support more participants so participants unable to view the presentation via WebEx can join the session via audio-only connection.
To access the webinar audio bridge dial toll-free: 1-866-844-9416 or toll: 1-203-369-5026 and announce passcode E2CDA to be joined to the audio bridge in listen-only mode until Q&A is announced. To view real-time captions, open a separate browser page and go to www.fedrcc.us/ and enter event confirmation # 2842790.
Q&A Session: Questions will be accepted via live audio for reply during the announced Q&A period.
For Help: Call Cisco WebEx Technical Support at 1-866-569-3239 or 1-866-229-3239 WebEx support and troubleshooting assistance
JAN. 28 UPDATE: Slides from this webinar are now available.