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The EPSRC funded Future Photonics Hub has available a 'partnership fund' to enable the inclusion of academic partners who bring additional value to the Hub's research programme.
This is a Call for NetworkPlus to develop and support a community working on research that explores the application of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies to aid and accelerate discover in fundamental physical sciences.
The EPSRC Manufacturing the Future challenge theme invites investigator-led proposals which address key research challenges facing manufacturing in the UK today.
Up to £1 million is available to fund a single proposal. This funding should be used for the support of core research, flexible fund, support staff including a Hub Manager as well as communications, engagement and networking activities. (Please note: this is a two-stage call, with Expressions of Interest to be submitted by 16:00 on 16 November 2017.)
EPSRC is inviting Full Proposals for EPSRC-UKRI Innovation Fellowships to those who have been successful at the outline stage. Fellowships are offered at the Early Career stage, targeted at early career researchers in both academia and industry; this may include experienced postdoctoral researchers, researchers within industry and in junior academic posts.
EPSRC invites outline applications for three large-scale, multidisciplinary research Hubs. Hubs should address major, long-term challenges facing manufacturing industries, and/or capture opportunities from emerging research areas.
This is a call for Feasibility Studies for research that explores the application of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies to aid and accelerate discovery in fundamental physical sciences.
Please note that the call can now be found here: Future Manufacturing Research Hubs 2018
In March 2017 the EPSRC Energy Theme, along with the Energy Systems Catapult, funded seven scoping studies aligned with the Whole Energy Systems Portfolio. As we approach the second phase of these investments EPSRC is launching a competitive process to support the existing applicants involved with these scoping studies in further developing the projects.
The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) is investing £4 million to support novel engineering projects in radio frequency and microwave devices that will demonstrate the potential of this research field to achieve our Prosperous Nation ambitions.
This open call is designed to enable individual researchers to develop new skills and build new collaborations with other disciplines and end users so they can address the key health challenges identified in the Healthcare Technologies strategy.
The EPSRC Strategic Equipment scheme allows for funding to be sought to better share items of capital equipment that are already in place, upon invitation by an EPSRC Theme. This is an open invite by the EPSRC Physical Sciences Theme for applicants to use this route for proposals of this nature for at least the next two Strategic Equipment rounds.
Opportunity for Information and communications technologies researchers to pursue an immersive experience in other disciplines and user environments.
The Healthcare Technologies theme has prioritised funding to support novel investigator-led projects during 2017-18. We are inviting investigator-led proposals and intend to batch these through the year.
A future call with the RCUK-India AMR Group is planned. The programme will provide funding for highly collaborative and interdisciplinary research partnerships between the UK and Indian researchers. There will be over £6 million available through the Research Councils to support the UK elements of the partnerships.
Applications for fellowships at all levels are now open. There is a new framework which removes closing dates and eligibility requirements based on years of experience, and establishes a person specification against which applicants will be judged.
Preparatory access for researchers to test and develop their codes to ensure suitability for the Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe (PRACE) Tier-0 systems.