A $13 million Multidisciplinary Simulation Center funded by the Department of Energy and the National Nuclear Security Administration’s Advanced Simulation and Computing program that will model unbonded and bonded particulate materials in support of the stockpile stewardship program. The project is built under the Predictive Science Academic Alliance Program (PSAAP) and in partnership with the NNSA national laboratories.
A $20 million center exploring the role that artificial intelligence may play in the future of education and workforce development—especially in providing new learning opportunities for students from historically underrepresented populations in Colorado and beyond.
ASPIRE—Advancing Sustainability through Powered Infrastructure for Roadway Electrification—will explore a diverse range of transportation questions, from electrified highways that energize vehicles to the placement of charging stations, data security and workforce development. It is funded by a $26 million National Science Foundation grant in partnership with Utah State and other institutions.
A multi-university, industry-focused research center under the supervision of the National Science Foundation operating under the IUCRC model. The pre-competitive and industry-applied research projects within it are funded members like NEC Corporation and Dell Technologies, by our universities, and by the NSF.
A groundbreaking new international research network led by CU Boulder aimed at understanding how animals use information from odors in their environment to guide behavior, with far-ranging implications for our understanding of the human brain. The network is part of the Next Generation Networks for Neuroscience (NeuroNex) Program and is funded by a $20.2 million award.
Our college is part of a $25 million award to launch a new quantum science and engineering research center. It is a partnership with 11 other research organizations in the United States and abroad and is funded through the NSF's Quantum Leap Challenge Institute program.