Changes in CMMI Programs
September 27, 2017
Effective September 26, 2017, CMMI has realigned some of its programs, created some new ones, and replaced others.
Please read the following NSF Dear Colleague Letters for details:
- Dear Colleague Letter: Announcing Realignment of the Infrastructure Management and Extreme Events (IMEE) Program and Change in Program Name to Humans, Disasters and the Built Environment (HDBE) (NSF 17-144)
- Dear Colleague Letter: Announcing Realignment of the Civil Infrastructure Systems (CIS) Program (NSF 17-145)
- Dear Colleague Letter: Announcing Creation of the Engineering Design and Systems Engineering (EDSE) Program which Merges and Replaces the Engineering and Systems Design (ESD), System Science (SYS), and Design of Engineering Material Systems (DEMS) Programs (NSF 17-146)
- Dear Colleague Letter: Announcing Creation of the Engineering for Civil Infrastructure (ECI) Program which is Replacing the Engineering for Natural Hazard (ENH), Geotechnical Engineering and Materials (GEM), and Structural and Architectural Engineering and Materials (SAEM) Programs (NSF 17-147)
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