Synopsis. The QCIS-Faculty Fellows (QCIS-FF) program aims to grow academic research capacity in the computing and information science fields to support advances in quantum computing and/or communication over the long term. QCIS-FF seeks to support departments and schools in U.S. institutions of higher education that conduct research and teaching in computer science, information science, and/or computer engineering, with the specific goal of encouraging hiring of tenure-track and tenured faculty in quantum computing and/or communication.
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RIT is now participating in DMPTool, which means researchers can use the service to create and share data management plans for a variety of sponsors. Many federal and private sponsors now require data management plans as a part of all proposals. Some sponsors have given added weight to data management plans in the review process. DMPTool can guide you through the process of creating a data management plan and help you comply with sponsor requirements.
The NSF Early Faculty Development (CAREER) Program Award is one of the most prestigious and competitive awards a pre-tenure faculty member can receive. The CAREER award validates the recipient’s research agenda and their position as a teacher-scholar, and brings recognition to their department and institution. Please see NSF 17-537 for the full program solicitation and eligibility information.
As RIT grows in Life Science-related research, questions involving the use of animals in research need to be addressed. Below is a quick reference in the form of an FAQ about RIT’s current capacity for research with animals.