[petsc-dev] https://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2021/nsf21617/nsf21617.htm

Matthew Knepley knepley at gmail.com
Mon Sep 20 08:33:01 CDT 2021

On Sat, Sep 18, 2021 at 1:02 PM Barry Smith <bsmith at petsc.dev> wrote:

>    -
>    The Program Description has been updated to introduce a new project
>    class on “Transition to Sustainability.” This solicitation welcomes
>    Elements, Framework Implementations, and Transition to Sustainability
>    proposals.
>    - The description of the “Framework Implementations” class has been
>    revised to encourage proposals for sharable and reusable multi-disciplinary
>    cyberinfrastructure.
>    - A new “CI Professional Mentoring and/or Professional Development
>    Plan” requirement has been introduced.
>    - Proposals may now include requests for high-throughput computing
>    resources through the Partnership to Advance Throughput Computing (PATh)
>    project supported by NSF.
>    - The Programmatic Areas of Interest section has been revised to
>    reflect the most recent programmatic priority areas for the collaborating
>    NSF directorates and divisions with respect to the CSSI solicitation. PIs
>    are strongly encouraged to contact program officer(s) from the list of
>    Cognizant Program Officers in the division(s) that typically support the
>    scientists and engineers who would make use of the proposed
>    cyberinfrastructure, to gain insight into the priorities for the relevant
>    areas of science and engineering to which their proposals may be responsive.
> I would be open to a Frameworks proposal. I think it would need to have a
focused goal, something like one thrust of our DOE proposal, rather than be
a broad "PETSc" proposal.



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experiments lead.
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