- Alexandria, Virginia, USA
- Anthony Kuh
- William Schnabel
- Richard Wies
- Jennifer Schmidt
- Daisy Huang
- Erin Whitney
“The NSF Division of Electrical, Communications and Cyber Systems (ECCS) supports enabling and transformative research at the nano, micro, and macro scales that fuels progress in engineering system applications with high societal impacts.
ECCS programs encompass novel electronic, photonic, and magnetic devices — and the integration of these devices into circuit and system environments, intelligent systems, control, and networks — for applications spanning communications and cyber technologies, energy and power, healthcare, environment, transportation, manufacturing, and other systems-related areas.
The ECCS strongly emphasizes the integration of education into its research programs to ensure the preparation of a diverse and professionally skilled workforce. ECCS also strengthens its programs through links to other areas of engineering, science, industry, government, and international collaborations.”
The Division of Electrical, Communications, and Cyber Systems aids in infrastructure improvements to food, energy, and water system dynamics.