Rotor RFP v2.0 is announced – get yours while it lasts!


It’s been a while since I’ve emitted, for reasons other than sheer laziness. We’re
currently in the planning stages for the next release of Rotor, based on the Whidbey
sources. I hope to produce some entries illustrating what we’re going to be doing
in this space. Nevertheless, the big news: Rotor RFP v2.0 has been announced. The
announcement looks something like this:


 

Microsoft Research is pleased to announce
the Second Shared Source Common Language Infrastructure (SSCLI/Rotor) Request For
Proposal (RFP).

Microsoft Research invites grant
proposals from academics worldwide wishing to use SSCLI in research or curriculum,
or to actively promote SSCLI community growth.

The deadline for submissions is January 15, 2004.  Grants will be awarded
during February 2004 and projects will last no more than 18 months.  Winners
will be invited to present their work at a workshop hosted by Microsoft Research in
2005.

Awards up to US$30,000
will be considered and grants will cover
project and required travel costs including the end of project workshop although accommodation
for that event will be covered by Microsoft Research.  Awards may be used to
supplement existing funding arrangements for one or more researchers engaged in a
specific project.

Full RFP details including application process are available at http://research.microsoft.com/Collaboration/University/Europe/RFP/Rotor2/RFP2.aspx.