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The NSFC, the NWO and EPSRC will launch a call for trilateral research cooperation between Chinese, Dutch and UK research groups. The thematic priority of the 2016 Sino-Dutch-UK call for proposals is "Sustainable Deltas".
The RCUK Energy Programme is inviting Expressions of Interest to attend a two-day workshop on 10-11 November 2016 in London, to discuss, identify research challenges and to initiate new collaborative working partnerships between UK and Chinese academics in the area of offshore renewable energy.
Funding for the UK Carbon Capture and Storage Research Centre (UKCCSRC) is coming to an end in September 2017. To continue supporting research excellence within the Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) community, the Research Councils UK (RCUK) Energy Programme is inviting proposals into an open Call for the renewal of a UK Centre specialising in CCS. Up to £6 million is available for a single award, with duration of five years.
EPSRC are seeking proposals from those applicants successful at the Expression of Interest call, to provide UK match funding for participation in the Japanese Society for Promotion of Science (JSPS) Core-to-Core programme.
The EPSRC-funded Future Photonics Hub has available an 'Innovation Fund' to enable the inclusion of academic partners who bring additional value to the Hub's research programme. The first call for applications for this funding is now open.
The EPSRC Manufacturing the Future challenge theme invites investigator-led proposals which address key research challenges facing manufacturing in the UK today and in the future for a one-off, manufacturing-focussed prioritisation panel.
The aim of this call, supported through EPSRC's Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) allocation, is to support an internationally-leading programme of research, centred around engineering and digital technologies, to tackle the challenges faced by the developing world.
EPSRC is making available up to £20 million of its capital budget to refresh and update underpinning multi-user equipment in Universities.
EPSRC is holding two two-day workshops for Early Career Researchers who work in the area of ICT.
The RCUK Digital Economy (DE) Theme is running a competition designed to help capture and promote the impact that your digital economy research is having. Three prizes of £10,000 are available to support researchers to further tell the story of research impact in an interesting and engaging way to a wider audience.
EPSRC and GCHQ are leading on a scheme to recognise UK Academic Centres of Excellence in Cyber Security Research (ACEs-CSR).
The EPSRC Energy theme is inviting eligible UK academics to submit proposals for a number of feasibility studies to carry out underpinning science and engineering energy research.
This call forms the final three years of a seven-year research investment in power electronics, with up to £6 million available.
This call aims to support new approaches to data science driven by real world challenges, with projects undertaken in close collaboration by teams of researchers from the Mathematical Sciences and/or ICT, together with researchers in other disciplines and end-users.
A call designed to create a cohort of the most promising future leaders in Computational, Engineering, Mathematical and Physical Sciences research who will develop new research capabilities across the EPSRC portfolio to address unmet healthcare needs.
The UK Quantum Technology Hub for Sensors and Metrology is an international centre of excellence. It brings together world-leading physicists, engineers, industry and end-users with the aim of transitioning lab-based research into practical devices.
The RCUK Energy Programme (RCUKEP), led by EPSRC, would like to encourage the participation of UK researchers in the current DoE NEUP programme.
Opportunity for Information and communications technologies researchers to pursue an immersive experience in other disciplines and user environments.
A future open call is planned for early January 2017 and is designed to enable single 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.
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.