The below videos are available in Flash Video format. Recording and publication of these videos was supported by the NSF award for the workshop. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

Day 1: Welcome

Prof. Jonathan Sprinkle (Workshop PI) kicks off Day 1 of the workshop with the workshop motivation and various workshop logistics.

Overview of CPS

This session was led by NSF program directors, with an introduction by Dr. Keith Marzullo, Division Director at NSF.

Brief talks by Current CPS PIs

  • André Platzer (Carnegie Mellon, Computer Science)
  • Hadas Kress-Gazit (Cornell, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering)
  • Sriram Sankaranarayanan (UC Boulder, Computer Science)

Panel: "Developing a Successful NSF Proposal"

This session featured current CPS PIs who briefly talked (approximately 5 minutes) about how they developed their proposals, and then answered questions from the audience.

Day 2: Welcome

Jonathan Sprinkle's welcome message on Day 2.

Panel: "Common Mistakes in CPS Proposals", "Where Do I Fit in the Solicitation", and Everything Else!

This session was led by NSF program directors Dr. David Corman, Dr. Sylvia Spengler, and Dr. Theodore Baker. Topics ranged from proposal missteps that can “turn off” a panel, or identify the proposal as “out of scope” to advice on how to tell your story.