Michael Dietze part of team awarded new NSF grant

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November 14th, 2013

The National Science Foundation has awarded 10.5 million dollars to a team of researchers from the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA). One of the collaborators on this project is Earth and Environment Assistant Professor Michael Dietze.

The goal of the project is “to develop software to manage and make sense of vast amounts of digital scientific data” (“NCSA Team“). Referred to as “Brown Dog,” the project builds off of already existing data collection software.

The 10.5 million dollar grant will support the project for the next five years.

To learn more about the new grant, read NCSA’s full press release.