1 Take My Cash, Please (only be sure always to call it, please, research) aka NSF Funding Opportuni/es in Secure and Trustworthy Cyberspace (SaTC) The SaTC Team: Nina Amla, Chris Cli.on, Jeremy Epstein, Sol Greenspan, Anita Nikolich, Victor Piotrowski, Andrew Pollington, Deborah Shands, Gerry Tian, Ralph Wachter, and Heng Xu
2 What is SaTC? Ø NSF s flagship research program for research in cybersecurity Ø Primarily targeted at US colleges & universities Ø Also open to US non-profits, and sometimes for-profits Ø Non-US organizations can be subcontractors Ø $80+M in FY14 grant cycle Ø ~650 currently active grants, including many that supported work presented at this conference Ø FY15 grant cycle already underway
3 SaTC Actual FY14 Funding Areas (128 new research projects) Access control Anti-malware Anticensorship Applied cryptography Authentication Cellphone network security Citizen science Cloud security Cognitive psychology Competitions Cryptographic theory Cyber physical systems Cybereconomics Cyberwar Digital currencies Education Forensics Formal methods Governance Hardware security Healthcare security Insider threat Intrusion detection Mobile security Network security Operating systems Personalization Privacy Provenance Security usability Situational awareness Smart Grid Social networks Sociology of security Software security Vehicle security Verifiable computation Voting systems security Web security 3
4 SaTC includes many pieces Base solicita+on (old , new ) NSF/Intel Partnership on Cyber- Physical Systems Security and Privacy (CPS- Security) (14-571) Dear Colleague LeLers SaTC EAGERs Enabling New Collabora+ons Between Computer and Social Scien+sts (14-016) [deadline passed] Research on Privacy in Today's Networked World (14-021) Cybersecurity Educa+on EAGERs - Pushing the Dimensions of the Domain (14-075) [deadline passed] Special Guidelines for Submi[ng Collabora+ve Proposals under the US NSF/CISE/SaTC US- Israel BSF Interna+onal Opportunity (14- TBD) new for FY15 SaTC par+cipates in CAREER CISE Research Ini+a+on Ini+a+ve (CRII) Others s+ll to come!
5 SaTC Perspectives Ø Ø Ø SaTC contains four 'perspectives' under which proposals can be submitted: Ø Trustworthy Computing Systems Ø Social, Behavioral, and Economic sciences (SBE) Ø STARSS (hardware) Ø Cybersecurity Education Proposals can be submitted to one or more perspectives with certain limits One is designated as 'primary' Ø The primary perspective affects which NSF Directorate will most closely examine the proposal
6 Sizes & Schedule (NSF Solicitation ) Amount & duration Transition Option Permitted? Submission window # FY14 funded Small Up to $500k, 3 years Yes Jan Jan proposals/ 52 projects Medium Up to $1.2M, 4 years Yes Oct Nov proposals/ 20 projects Large Up to $3M, 5 years Yes Nov Nov (New) Cybersecurity Education Up to $300K, 2 years No Dec Dec proposals/ 8 projects 6
7 Up to $100K/year for 3 years for Israeli collaborator with US researchers Collabora/ve Target areas are Proposals cyber-physical under systems the US security, NSF/CISE/ privacy, secure software, and cryptography SaTC No Israeli US- Israel researcher BSF may Interna/onal be on more than Opportunity two proposals, (14-104) and no more than one award Proposals submitted to NSF and BSF, with each proposal including both budgets Reviews by NSF; BSF will follow NSF decisions
8 New CISE/SBE Collabora/ons Goal: Start collaboration between computer scientists and social scientists who have not previously worked together Two phase process: Ø Submit white paper by March Ø If accepted, submit EAGER proposal (8 pages, up to $300K) Search NSF for details
9 Dear Colleague LeKer: Research on Privacy in Today's Networked World
10 Cybersecurity Education EAGERs Pushing the Dimensions of the Domain Goal: Encourage advances in cybersecurity education Up to $300K / 2 years Two phase process: Submit white paper If accepted, submit EAGER proposal (8 pages, up to $300K) New for FY15 Submission deadline for first phase: Aug Selections: Sep Full proposals: Sep Details at
11 NSF/Intel Partnership on Cyber-Physical Systems Security & Privacy Ideas lab to develop concepts & teams held in DC area Aug (by invitation) Full proposals due Oct (Ideas Lab participation NOT required) Two sizes: Synergy (up to $3M/3 yrs, jointly funded by Intel & NSF) Breakthrough (up to $500K/3 yrs, NSF only) Webinar June 2pm-3pm Eastern (recorded) cntn_id=131795&org=cise Solicitation at Total $8M funding
12 Aspiring PI Meeting Goal: For PIs who have been unsuccessful at winning SaTC awards; help understand what makes for a successful submission Held Aug 2014 at USENIX Security Organized by Rebecca Wright from Rutgers/DIMACS Slides and videos available at
13 So how do I get on SaTC-announce? To be notified of releases: subscribe SaTC-announce ->
14 CRII: CISE Research Initiation Initiative Goal: Pre-CAREER funding for faculty in 1 st two years after starting academic position (CISE-wide, not SaTC only) No longer required! $175K for students and equipment Eligibility: US citizen, permanent resident, or National No prior awards as PI (including CAREER or EAGER) from a Federal agency (state/local/private/foundation/subcontract are OK) Must be at US college or university, but tenure track NOT required Research positions are eligible Applications due Sep More info at Webinar July 28 th FAQ at
15 Washington Area Trustworthy Computing Hour (WATCH) Notifications: subscribe WATCH-announce -> All previous talks at Recent and upcoming WATCH talks (all recorded): May : Dan Wallach, Rice University on voting Jul : Crispin Cowan, Microsoft on learning to build secure software Nov : Dana Chisnell, UsabilityWorks on usable passwords Jan 15, Salil Vadhan, Harvard on privacy Mar 19, Geoffrey Williams, Airbus on security in aircraft cyber physical systems Apr 16, Gabriella Coleman, McGill on anthropology of hackers and civic activists Jun 18, Bret Hartman, Cisco on Internet of Things security directions from a commercial perspective Jul 16, Mary Ellen Callahan, Jenner & Block LLP (former Chief Privacy Officer, DHS) on lessons learned as a CPO
16 Want to be a panelist on an NSF panel? Good reasons to be a panelist: Learn what makes a good proposal; serve the community with your expertise! Bad reasons to be a panelist: Money! (a few hundred $ + airfare for reviewing 8-10 proposals and spending 1-2 days in Arlington VA) Eligibility: faculty, industry, government, postdocs Non-US people can attend in person or by phone; expenses are paid but no honoraria Send a list of topic areas you re interested/qualified to review to Can t review for the same program/size as you submit (e.g., if submit a SaTC Medium, can review SaTC Small but not SaTC Medium) No guarantee that you ll get selected!
17 Want to be an NSF Program Officer? Help set the direction for security & privacy research! Rotators from universities and other non-profits are most common Must be from a US institution, but citizenship not required For academics, after tenure For others, 10+ years past PhD is most common PhD is typical but NOT required (e.g., me!) Typical stay is 2-3 years; max 4 years (except permanent govt employees) Talk to me!
18 And now for something different (NOT NSF-sponsored!) + = Want one? Send to
19 Jeremy Epstein Secure and Trustworthy Cyberspace (SaTC) Program Computer & Network Systems Division
110101001101101101010011000 11011010100110110101001100 11011010011011010100110000 10100110110101001100010010 Protecting Information The Role of Community Colleges in Cybersecurity Education A Report from
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) On Proposal Preparation and Award Administration November 2010 A Administrative Corrections What should I do if I notice an error in a proposal I just submitted via FastLane?
RESEARCH CALL TO DOE/FEDERAL LABORATORIES Cybersecurity for Energy Delivery Systems Research Call RC-CEDS-2015 CONTACT: James Briones TELEPHONE NUMBER: (304) 285-5229 E-MAIL: CEDSLabCall@netl.doe.gov ISSUING
Frequently Asked Questions Educational Psychology 1. What is Educational Psychology? 2. How do I choose the EDPS track that s right for me? 3. Is Educational Psychology the same thing as School Psychology
Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program (Psy.D) Applicant Guide for Admission The Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program at LIU Post is a practitioner-scholar training program that offers both cognitive behavioral
PREPARED STATEMENT OF ROBERT M. GROVES DIRECTOR U.S. CENSUS BUREAU Census: Planning Ahead for 2020 Before the Subcommittee on Federal Financial Management, Government Information, Federal Services, and
Tips for Applying to Graduate School in Clinical Psychology 1 A Student s Perspective on Applying to Graduate School in (Clinical) Psychology: A Step-by-Step Guide Sophie Choukas-Bradley, M.A. Doctoral
A National Talent Strategy Ideas For Securing U.S. Competitiveness and Economic Growth Executive Summary The United States faces a growing economic challenge a substantial and increasing shortage of individuals
A Guide to Horizon 2020 Funding for the Creative Industries October 2014 Introduction This document is provided as a short guide to help you submit a proposal for the Horizon 2020 funding programme (H2020).
A Cooperative Agreement Program of the Federal Maternal and Child Health Bureau and the American Academy of Pediatrics Acknowledgments The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) would like to thank the Maternal
East Carolina University College of Business Graduate Programs Information Packet Revised 7/15/2015 Contents About the College of Business...2 Master of Business Administration Program...3 MBA...3 MD/MBA...4
Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners DIRECTOR SEARCH PROCESS Note: This paper is based in part on an article by Frederick Wezeman which appeared in Illinois Libraries in March, 1975 and was written
Follow-Up Services CONTENTS FocusedFutures YOUTH DEVELOPMENT SYSTEM BUILDER by Michael E. Wonacott, Judith O. Wagner, and Diana Jackson PART I What Is Follow-Up Services? 2 Follow-Up Services and Comprehensive
The Manual for Parents and Students About Special Education Services in Texas 2012 Revised and Updated September 2011 A JOINT PROJECT OF www.thearcoftexas.org www.disabilityrightstx.org Table of Contents
AEJMC The Newsletter of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication NEWS Volume 47 No. 2 January 2014 AEJMC Sponsors First National News Engagement Day Imagine a day when everyone
Welcome to CGS!Florida On behalf of the Florida Department of Education, Office of Student Financial Assistance (OSFA) and the Florida Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (FASFAA), thank
Parent s Guide to SPECIAL EDUCATION in MISSOURI Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Division of Special Education D. Kent King, Commissioner of Education Revised September 2008 ADDENDUM
Medical College Admission Test The MCAT Essentials for Testing Year 2015 (Exams administered beginning April 2015) Required Reading Registration instructions Test-day policies Scoring details and suggestions
CAMBRIDGE RINDGE AND LATIN SCHOOL Career and College Planning Guidebook A tool to help students and families navigate the confusing and exciting career and college planning process. 2014-2015 CRLS G UIDANCE
Transforming the Way Government Builds Solutions > ACT-IAC Institute for Innovation 2013 American)Council)for)Technology Industry)Advisory)Council:)) The American Council for Technology (ACT) is a non-profit
GRADUATE APPLICATION www.indianatech.edu/cps The College of Professional Studies Admissions Requirements Graduate programs at the university are designed to serve the working professional adult who seeks
Cybersecurity Training Key to getting people back to work Meeting the demand for optical communications training Positioning managers for leadership and success Volume 2 Number 1 FALL 2011 Anne Arundel