Excerpt from CIS News: "The National Science Foundation today announced $30 million in new awards to three Expeditions in Computing projects, one of which has been awarded to Cornell University Computer Science Professor Carla Gomes, also with appointments in Information Science and the Dyson School and director of the Institute for Computational Sustainability. Each award will provide $10 million in funding over five years to interdisciplinary, multi-investigator research teams to support transformative computing and technology research. Expeditions represent some of the largest single investments in computer science research by the NSF."

Her receipt of the grant and further insight into her work with computational sustainability was covered by the Cornell Daily Sun and can be found:
http://cornellsun.com/2016/01/28/prof-awarded-10m-grant-for-computational-sustainability-work/