NSF Workshop for SaTC EAGER grantees

Creating Lasting Relationships Among Computer Scientists and Social Scientists: 

What Works and What Doesn’t

 

The George Washington University, Washington, DC

Rooms 405 (plenary) and 414 (breakout), Marvin Center

800 21st St. NW, Washington, DC

 

January 21-22, 2016 

Agenda Version 2 due to Weather


8:45-9:00              [Coffee and tea available in Room 405]

9:00-9:10              Welcome; Logistics; Who’s Who on the Project Team; A look back at a few previous workshops and their products (Lance Hoffman, Laura Brandimarte)

9:10-9:25              Introduction of NSF Program Directors and any other guests

                                SBE Perspective on cross-disciplinary research in cybersecurity (Heng Xu, Program Director, SBE)

                                CISE Perspective on cross-disciplinary research in cybersecurity (Nan Zhang, Program Director, CISE)

The importance of cross-disciplinary research in cybersecurity(Remarks by Jeremy Epstein, project instigator and former program director, NSF)

9:25-9:35              Quick meet and greet: name, affiliation, and state how you are feeling this morning (in 15 seconds)

9:35-10:45           Lightning presentations about experiences with interdisciplinary research -Part 1: 10 minutes per project

10.45-10.55         Break

10.55-12:00         Lightning presentations about experiences with interdisciplinary research -Part 2: 10 minutes per project

12:00-12:45         Lunch

12:45-1:30           Plenary session: What worked and what didn’t work in Interdisciplinary research projects

1:30-2:30              Breakout groups, part 1: Substantive barriers; institutional and recognition barriers; smaller hurdles

2:30-2:40              Break

2:40-2:45              GROUP PHOTO

2:45-3:45              Elected speakers from each breakout group report on the discussion.

                             Discussion of Breakout Group Findings; Summary of Key Findings

3:45-4:45              Breakout groups, part 2 on finding resolutions to these

                              Walk back to Washington Square Hotel

5:15-6:00              Elected speakers from each breakout group report on the discussion.

                              Discussion of Breakout Group Findings; Summary of Key Findings

6:00-6:30              Plenary session: What We’ve Learned.  A Framework for Building Interdisciplinary Relationships Between Computer Scientists and Social Scientists in Your Institution

7:00-?                    (Optional) Organized Dinner meeting(s)

Jan 22 Morning                 Agenda tbd