The NetSciWiS research group is funded by the National Science Foundation to pursue critical research on smart cities and the Internet of Things

The NetSciWiS research group has received two new grants from the National Science Foundation. The first grant, funded by the NSF CRISP program, is a large-scale grant that pertains to laying the foundations of resilient, interconnected smart cities. The second grant, funded by the NSF CPS program, under the auspices of the NIST Global City Teams Challenge, will investigate the synergies between data analytics and the security of the Internet of Things.

These two grants were were part of the grants announced by the National Science Foundation at the inaugural White House Smart Cities Initiative that took place on September 14th, 2015. More information on this event and the grants is found here:

CRISP program announcement:

Global City Teams Challenge:

NSF event at the White House Smart Cities initiative:

Posted on Sept 17, 2015