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14 March | Future of Semiconductors (FuSe2)

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14 March | Future of Semiconductors (FuSe2)


The program seeks to fund research as well as education and workforce development to improve science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education at the nation's institutions of higher education, spanning two-year colleges and four-year universities including the minority-serving institutions with a goal to advance semiconductor design and manufacturing. NSF encourages bold, potentially transformative activities that address future semiconductor design and manufacturing challenges and shortages in the skilled scientists, engineers, and technician workforce. Awards will be up to $2M for a 3-year period. The three research topic areas identified for support in FY 2024 under this solicitation are:

  • Topic 1. Collaborative Research in Domain-Specific Computing.
  • Topic 2. Advanced Function and High-Performance by Heterogenous Integration.
  • Topic 3. New Materials for Energy-Efficient, Enhanced-Performance and Sustainable Semiconductor-Based Systems.

























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