NSF SciSIP Awards

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Margo Seltzer
Merce Crosas, Gary King
Harvard University
EAGER: Citation++: Data Citation, Provenance, and Documentation
1448123 Jan, 01 2015
Piotr Sliz
Harvard University
EAGER: Assessing Established and Alternative Citation, Attribution and Impact Metrics for Scientific Software through Data Mining and Direct Tracking Methods
1448069 Jan, 01 2015
Andrea Berez-Kroeker
Peter Pulsifer, Gary Holton, Susan Kung
University of Hawaii
Developing Standards for Data Citation and Attribution for Reproducible Research in Linguistics
1447886 Nov, 15 2014
Matthew Mayernik
Keith Maull
University Corporation For Atmospheric Res
EAGER: Tracing the Use of Research Resources Using Persistent Citable Identifiers
1448480 Oct, 01 2014
Louise Kellogg
MacKenzie Smith, Joseph Dumit, Lorraine Hwang
University of California-Davis
EAGER: Development of software citation methodology for open source computational science
1448633 Sep, 01 2014
Kristina Lerman
University of Southern California
SciSIP: Knowledge Networks and the Dynamics of Innovation
1360058 Sep, 01 2014
Robert Frodeman
Juan Rogers, James Holbrook, Diana Hicks, Adam Briggle
University of North Texas
EAGER: Research on the Broader Impacts of Basic Science: Gauging the State of the Art
1445121 Aug, 01 2014
Martin Kenney
University of California-Davis
Startup to IPO: Understanding Changes in Key Personnel in Technology-based Startups through a Longitudinal Open-Source Database
1360063 Jul, 01 2014
Paul Leonardi
University of California-Santa Barbara
CAREER: The Role of Advanced Simulation Technologies in Innovation Processes
1544119 Jul, 01 2014
Zhen Lei
Wang-Chien Lee
Pennsylvania State Univ University Park
Impacts of Greater Public Accessibility to Federally Funded Research Publications: Evidence from the NIH Public Access Policy
1360205 Jun, 01 2014