Provisional plan of activities organised by approximately when calls may be issued. Details of activities may change closer to the time. We plan to update this list roughly every three months.
Fellowships are available in a number of priority areas. Applications can be submitted at any time and will be processed on a rolling basis – see further information on the application and peer review process.
Business-Academic Collaborations in Cybersecurity to Harness Underpinning Science (BACCHUS)
Following on from 2012’s CEReS (Consortia for Exploratory Research in Security) call, EPSRC intends to provide funding to encourage and support collaboration on innovative research which will enhance cybersecurity.
Academic teams funded through the BACCHUS initiative will need to build and sustain at least one significant, active collaboration with a non-academic user of the research to accelerate the work and ensure its relevance.
Planned commitment level: up to £3M.
Date of call: outlines due in Spring 2013 | Contact: Alex Hulkes