Sept 28-29: Workshop on Quantum Information Science at the University of Maryland. Relates to the new NSF Interdisciplinary Faculty Program in Quantum Information Science. See also CCC blog post about the workshop.
Oct. 9: Computing and Communications Foundations (CCF) Core Programs deadline for medium-sized proposals. This includes the Algorithmic Foundations program, which funds a broad range of research in theoretical computer science. Large proposals are due Nov. 30 and small proposals are due Dec. 17.
Nov. 13: Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GFRP) deadline in Computer Science. (Mathematical Sciences deadline is Nov. 14.) Open to students who are U.S. citizens, nationals, or permanent residents, and have completed at most one year of full-time graduate study.
Nov. 30: Secure and Trustworthy Cyberspace (SaTC) deadline for medium-sized proposals. The research supported by this program includes cryptography and privacy. Small proposals and education proposals are due Dec. 14, and Frontier proposals (> Large) are due Jan. 30.
Dec. 4: CISE-MPS Interdisciplinary Faculty Program in Quantum Information Science. Provides supplemental sabbatical salary for tenured faculty to make semester or year-long visits to other institutions to work on quantum information science.
Dec. 10: Expeditions in Computing deadline. Supports ambitious large-scale projects at up to $2m/year for 5 years. The Center for Computational Intractability (CCI) at Princeton is supported by this program.