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Join the ASCENT webinar on January 24

January 20, 2022

NSF will hold an informational webinar on January 24, 2022, starting at 3:00 PM Eastern to discuss the Addressing Systems Challenges through Engineering Teams (ASCENT) solicitation (NSF 22-534) and answer questions.

ASCENT encourages robust collaborations among the devices, circuits, algorithms, systems, and networks research communities to develop innovative projects. 

In response to the national priority that calls for sustained scientific leadership and continued growth in semiconductor technology, this ASCENT solicitation will focus on two specific research themes: Future Semiconductor Technology (FST) and Sustainable Micro- and Nano-Electronics (SMN). 

Learn more and register.

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