Trust, Identity, Privacy and Security in the Digital Economy 2.0
The Research Councils UK Digital Economy Theme and the cybersecurity strand of the Partnership for Conflict, Crime and Security are investing up to £10 million to support co-created, novel, interdisciplinary projects that solve real problems in aspects of trust, identity, privacy and security (TIPS) in the digital economy in a responsible way. We also want to engender a sustained and collaborative approach so that these projects engage with the wider relevant sectors and disciplines both during and after the funding period.
There is a compulsory intent to submit stage of this call to enable EPSRC to assess demand. Applicants must complete the online "Intent to Submit" form by 16:00 on 12 September 2017; the form can be found further down on this page. Applicants who do not do this will be ineligible for the call. Applicants will be required to provide investigator details and a short summary of the intended proposal. We will not publish any information submitted through this stage, it is for internal use only. Applicants will not be held to these details in the full proposal.
Once full proposals are submitted they will go directly to postal peer review, before being progressed to a prioritisation panel if reviews are sufficiently supportive.