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Trusted CI Fellows now Accepting Applications

October 28, 2020

From Trusted CI.

Due November 6.

Applications are now open for the 3rd round of Trusted CI Fellows!

You can learn more about our Fellows program by visiting their website..

The deadline for applications is Nov 6th, 2020. Click here to apply for the program.

Trusted CI’s first two cohorts of Fellows have been an amazing success with twelve Fellows from various fields, including:

  • Research technologies;
  • Astrophysics;
  • Criminal justice;
  • Network and combinatorial optimization 
  • and computer engineering. 

Click here to view the 2019 and 2020 Fellows” 

Trusted CI now pleased to announce the call for applications for our 2021 Trusted CI Fellows. Another cohort of six fellows will receive training from and work closely with Trusted CI to expand their own understanding of trustworthy science and further empower the NSF community to secure its own research.

University of Missouri Seeks Three Positions

October 19, 2020

The University of Missouri System is Hiring!

The campuses of Missouri S&T and the University of Missouri – Columbia are currently seeking highly qualified candidates to advance the research missions of our institutions.  Current opportunities include:

Missouri S&T – HPC Systems Administrator

Missouri S&T – Software Engineer

University of Missouri – Columbia – HPC Systems Administrator


October 14, 2020

See website for more information:

Due January 8, 2021

The objective of the Cybersecurity Innovation for Cyberinfrastructure (CICI) program is to develop, deploy and integrate solutions that benefit the broader scientific community by securing science data, workflows, and infrastructure.  There are three sections:

  1. Usable and Collaborative Security for Science (UCSS): Projects in this program area should support novel and applied security and usability research that facilitates scientific collaboration, encourages the adoption of security into the scientific workflow, and helps create a holistic, integrated security environment that spans the entire scientific CI ecosystem.
  2. Reference Scientific Security Datasets (RSSD):Projects in this program area should capture the unique properties of scientific workflows and workloads as reference data artifacts to support reproducible security research and protect the scientific process.
  3. Scientific Infrastructure Vulnerability Discovery (SIVD): Projects in this program area should develop and apply techniques to proactively discover vulnerabilities and weaknesses in scientific infrastructure.