An update about the TDCC-SSH Bottleneck projects

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We wanted to provide an update about our bottleneck projects, following up on our request for input from the community. As those of you who submitted an idea already know, we have received a lot of good input and have responded to everyone personally. Over the last months, some of the ideas have been developing into project proposals. Short project descriptions and lists of the involved parties are being shared on our website and through our mailing list as they come in; the project idea leads have been receiving valuable input from the broader SSH 'community'.

We now have five project ideas for which a full proposal is being written, you can find the project titles below. The official community consultation period for the first three project ideas has ended, but if you have input, please do reach out to the project idea lead.

A few other project ideas are still in development, we expect to share the short project descriptions in the beginning of the new year.

Looking ahead: Challenge projects

The next opportunity for TDCC-SSH projects is right around the corner: The NWO TDCC call 2024 for our 'Challenge' projects.
If you have an idea for a TDCC-SSH project, this call might be interesting for you. We encourage everyone within the SSH domain to think of ideas and potential collaborations. Read more about the opportunity and the relevant timelines on our recently updated webpages.

There will be two Q&A sessions about the Challenge project call in January, a domain-agnostic one with representatives from the three TDCCs and NWO on January 16th, and an SSH-specific one on January 18th.