Purpose The Proposer’s Day is intended to familiarize potential applicants with the objectives and structure of the Materials and Substrates program. It will bring potential applicants together in a collaborative atmosphere to network and support
The cooperative agreement is the next step in NIST’s fulfillment of the White House Executive Order on Artificial Intelligence.
The Belmont Report’s guidelines could help avoid repeating past mistakes in AI-related human subjects research.
The CHIPS Research and Development Office’s Semiconductor Supply Chain Trust and Assurance Data Standards Workshop will be held as a hybrid virtual and in-person event at the NIST National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) conference
The CHIPS Research and Development Office’s Digital Twin Data Interoperability Standards Workshop will be held as a hybrid virtual and in-person event at the NIST National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) conference facility in Rockville
Consortium includes more than 200 leading AI stakeholders and will support the U.S. AI Safety Institute at NIST.
The National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) at Commerce will house the U.S. AI Safety Institute.
Join us for a co-hosted event with the IEEE Signal Processing Society, the IEEE Synthetic Aperture Standards Committee, and the IEEE Synthetic Aperture Technical Working Group at the NIST Boulder campus. Researchers and engineers will engage in
Digital Twins represent a growing global marketplace valued at over $8.6 billion in 2022 and forecasted to reach $138 billion by 2030. The NIST internal Strategic and Emerging Research Initiative (SERI) program has provided Fiscal Year 2024 (FY24)
In the recently published Research Handbook on AI and Communications , NIST researcher Dr. Edward Griffor, with academic collaborators, describes the importance of the NIST Cyber-Physical Systems (IoT) Framework for artificial intelligence (AI) in
The increased adoption of energy technologies like smart meters, solar panels, and battery storage has led to a rise in electricity pricing plans with costs that vary based on the time of day or energy usage. The impact of these pricing plans on both
On January 18, 2024, NIST welcomed Dr. Paul Perrone, Founder and CEO of Perrone Robotics, Inc., to give a NIST Colloquium presentation on “ Autonomous Vehicles: The World’s Most Complicated Technical Problem .” During his visit, Perrone had
The new draft practice guide can help companies in key industries use TLS 1.3 while performing required audits on incoming internet traffic.
FULL WORKSHOP DETAILS NIST is hosting an in-person all-day workshop on February 27, 2024 to bring together industry, academia, and government to discuss the existing and emerging cybersecurity threats and mitigation techniques for semiconductors
The Global Community Technology Challenge (GCTC) is a U.S. smart cities and communities program led by the Smart Connected Systems Division of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). The GCTC was formed in 2014 as a partnership of
Draft publication can help with evaluating information security efforts.
Join us on May 2, 2024, for a 30-minute fireside chat with the NIST MEP Program Office. During this webinar we will highlight the cybersecurity resources available to the nation’s small and medium-sized manufacturers (SMMs). SMMs are increasingly
On November 16, 2023, NIST’s Robert Bohn and colleagues in NIST’s Transformational Networks and Services (TNS) group hosted an international team of government and industry collaborators from South Korea and Germany to discuss current updates with
NIST’s Rick Candell and Mohamed Hany were invited to participate in the ASTM F45.04 Robotics, Automation, and Autonomous Systems panel discussion on Communication and Interoperability on November 1, 2023. Rick Candell fielded questions regarding the