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As part of its Peer Review College refresh programme taking place in summer 2016, EPSRC invites expressions of interest from candidates who wish to join its Associate Peer Review College.
EPSRC is pleased to be a partner with The Engineer on Collaborate to Innovate. The awards will recognise all aspects of engineering - from the biggest and boldest infrastructure projects to the most fundamental technology breakthroughs.
EPSRC has up to £5M available to support collaborative, international and problem-driven projects which address the human dimensions of cyber security.
This is a call for applications for direct access to the UK's national supercomputing facility ARCHER for computationally intensive individual projects (>100,000 kAU or 6666667 core-hours on ARCHER) for a maximum of 24 months, from academic and non-academic research groups.
Applicants to this call can request ARCHER compute resource only to facilitate the remainder of their existing EPSRC grant.
EPSRC offers access to ARCHER through calls for proposals to the Resource Allocation Panel (RAP). The aim of this call is to provide access to our national state-of-the-art high performance computing facility for proposals of high scientific quality that would benefit from ARCHER.
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.
Opportunity for Information and communications technologies researchers to pursue an immersive experience in other disciplines and user environments.
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.
eFuturesXD, the cross-disciplinary account held by the EPSRC eFutures network are offering awards to support UK academics in electronics as they initiate collaborative research across their discipline boundaries.
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.