call: Invitation for outlines, Invitation for proposals
Stephen Hawking Fellowships
The Stephen Hawking fellowships will support and develop the next generation of visionary scientists in theoretical physics at the beginning of their career. UKRI are providing funding for five annual calls delivered jointly by EPSRC and STFC.
Multidisciplinary research between the cyber-security Research Institutes
We are inviting ambitious proposals for research activities to bridge across the different cyber-security research communities operating under the four joint EPSRC-NCSC Research Institutes. The successful projects will be of a scale to add strategically important capacity and capability to the vibrant ecosystem of cyber security research and practice in the UK.
This article relates to the following themes Digital economyICT
The Transforming Foundation Industries ISCF Challenge will be investing up to £4.7m in a Research and Innovation Hub which will be delivered by EPSRC on behalf of UKRI. The aim of this Challenge is to enable the foundation industries (made of six separate sectors: metal, glass, ceramics, paper, cement and chemicals) to work together to address their common challenges of competitiveness and sustainability. The Research and Innovation Hub call is a cross-Council opportunity that aims to fund a new cross-sector and multi-disciplinary research centre for the ‘ISCF Transforming Foundation Industries’ programme that will work to accelerate the development and adoption of new technologies and business models within the Foundation Industries.
This article relates to the following themes EnergyEngineeringManufacturing the futurePhysical Sciences
EPSRC will shortly be inviting proposals for Healthcare Impact Partnerships (HIPs) 2020. This is the sixth call since the scheme was introduced in 2013, with the principal aim of progressing previously funded EPSRC research outputs towards impact within a healthcare application. This call invites proposals that are highly collaborative, partnering with both business and clinicians and which primarily utilise research in Engineering, Mathematical Sciences, ICT and Physical Sciences disciplines for advances in Healthcare.
This article relates to the following themes EngineeringHealthcare technologiesICTMathematical sciencesPhysical Sciences
New World-leading Research Facility for Lab-based X-ray Computed Tomography
A new National Research Facility (NRF) which represents a £10 million investment over 5 years from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) in lab-based X-ray Computed Tomography, is set to launch in November this year.
Healthcare Technologies New Challenges NetworkPlus
The Healthcare Technologies (HT) Theme is looking to support a new suite of networks which address our grand challenges and which will help to shape our future research portfolio. We are inviting proposals for networks where engineering and physical sciences has a pivotal role in addressing new and emerging opportunities to help ensure our future health and well being.
This article relates to the following themes Digital economyEnergyEngineeringHealthcare technologiesManufacturing the futureMathematical sciencesPhysical Sciences
Update on EPSRC's Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) activities
We hope the UKRI publication of diversity results for UKRI funding data last week will prompt discussion in our community. In EPSRC, we have a tradition of exploring data to help understand issues and opportunities in our portfolio and we look forward to sharing more data insights with you over the coming months.
This call is for researchers to apply for computational resource from EPSRC funded High Performance Computing (HPC) services to support research projects from across EPSRC’s remit. It is the successor to the ARCHER RAP and Tier-2 Open access calls which ran prior to 2020. Projects can run for up to one year (service dependent). On average, this call runs twice a year.
This article relates to the following themes All themes
The contribution of Research Software Engineers (RSEs) to research outcomes is increasingly recognised within the UK research landscape. Research Software Engineers are key members of computational research teams who provide the critical skills required to develop, support and evolve software to tackle the research challenges they face.
This article relates to the following themes Digital economyEnergyEngineeringHealthcare technologiesICTManufacturing the futureMathematical sciencesPhysical SciencesQuantum technologiesResearch Infrastructure