J. Bryan Lyles
National Science Foundation
In this talk I’ll briefly describe CISE with a focus on the CISE cross-cutting programs that increasingly define the white-spaces of computer science. I’ll also talk about some best practices for proposal preparation and how cross-cutting programs make these practices essential (for those who want to be funded).
There will be time for questions!
Bryan Lyles is an employee of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. He is currently serving as a rotational Program Director at the National Science Foundation in CISE/CNS (Computer Information Sciences and Engineering, Computer and Networked Systems) where he is Program Director for GENI and US Ignite, a member of the NeTS cluster, co-PD for the CC-IIE and NSFcloud programs, and one of the members of the team of program directors for Cyber learning.
Prior to ORNL & NSF he was a Chief Scientist and Executive Director at Telcordia Applied Research, Senior Scientist for the Sprint Long Distance Division, a Member of the Research Staff at the Xerox Palo Alto Research Laboratory (Xerox PARC), a lead for advanced technology efforts at Xerox in Webster, NY and Acting Professor at the University of Linköping, Linköping, Sweden.
Dr. Lyles’ B.A. is from the University of Virginia and his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees are in Computer Science and are from the University of Rochester.