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A brief summary of recent activities and opportunities, which includes important information about applications to the Associate Peer Review College.
Dstl and EPSRC held a roundtable in Defining a Research Strategy for uncertainty in September 2015. The meeting brought together a range of academics, industrialists and government users across a range of disciplines including Applied Mathematics, Economics, Engineering, Operational Research, Political Science, Psychology and Statistics. The aim of the event was to investigate the current research landscape, explore common themes and discover big challenges in uncertainty.
EPSRC held an Operational Research Theme Day in September 2015. The workshop brought together a range of academics and users in areas of Operational Research including Mathematical Sciences, ICT and Engineering. The aim of the event was to look at the Operational Research portfolio including; the health of the people pipeline, strengths and weaknesses of the area, potential application areas and future visions.
In September 2015 an independent review of the quality of UK fission and fusion research was commissioned. EPSRC will use its findings to aid their deliberations on EPSRC's future strategy and priorities.
A brief summary of recent activities and opportunities, which includes important information about how you can engage with our Balancing Capability initiative.
In June 2015 the EPSRC published this Review of Analytical Science in the UK following extensive consultation with all stakeholders involved with this research area. As a result of this a Review Group was commissioned to draw out recommendations to EPSRC, the research community and stakeholders based on the report's findings. These are now available here. EPSRC will consider the recommendations and work with the community on an implementation plan where possible.
An overview of outcomes and impacts of EPSRC-supported research.
The report shows how EPSRC supports UK growth and productivity through its investment in excellent engineering and physical sciences research and training, including major activities such as The Alan Turing Institute, the Quantum Technologies Programme and a new Energy Catalyst fund.
This newsletter includes articles on: Changes to Equipment Funding; Peer Review Extranet; Reviewer Guidance; EPSRC Funding for International Collaborations; College Update; Reviewing Data
The EPSRC Review of Mathematical Science Infrastructure contains conclusions on the current capability and makes recommendations for how future mathematical science infrastructure should be supported.
The 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF) has revealed comprehensive evidence of the sustained economic and social impact of EPSRC's investments in engineering and physical sciences (EPS) research. This report, and its companion leaflet, presents the findings of an analysis of the REF EPS impact case studies, carried out by EPSRC.
The 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF) has revealed comprehensive evidence of the sustained economic and social impact of EPSRC's investments in engineering and physical sciences (EPS) research. This summary report, and the full version, presents the findings of an analysis of the REF EPS impact case studies, carried out by EPSRC.
The ‘ICT Perspectives on Big Data Analytics’ workshop was held on 3 March 2015 in Birmingham. It aimed to bring together researchers from across the ICT landscape to engage in discussion and identify future research challenges in Big Data Analytics, from the perspective of the ICT community.
Issued Summer 2015 - The Science behind the Theory of Everything
This Vision outlines where the UK should contribute to the worldwide development of fusion energy over the next twenty years. Updated from the original Vision published in 2010, it defines where the UK is helping to secure the world's long-term energy supply through the development of fusion energy and how the UK aims to benefit from the opportunities arising from fusion-related research in the UK and elsewhere.
This study, sponsored and supported by the Association of the Engineering Doctorates (AEngD) and the EPSRC, aims to understand the impact of the Engineering Doctorate (EngD) programmes provided by the Engineering Doctorate (EngD) Centres and the more recently established Industrial Doctorate Centres (IDCs).
The Future Intelligent Technologies (FIT) workshop was held over two days, on 24 and 25 February 2015, in Oxford. It aimed to bring together researchers able to contribute to the next generation of intelligent technologies, to consider the future challenges and opportunities across this broad landscape.
This document presents the results of a review of the state of the UK research area of Analytical Sciences.
Details of the 2014-15 research proposal funding rates.
EPSRC's Annual Report and Accounts 2014/15 reviews our work and achievements through the year, illustrating how we have continued to work in partnership to maximise our investment in world class research in order to deliver the impact so vitally important to the UK.
EPSRC's Key facts and figures 2015.
This newsletter includes articles on: Pathways to Impact, Return for amendment, College working group, Peer Review responsibilities, Introducer scores and Unavailability.
Brochure about the RCUK Energy Programme's activities in the area of offshore wind power generation.
With an annual budget of around £800 million, EPSRC is the largest investor in engineering and physical sciences research and doctoral training in the UK.
EPSRC held a Programme grants holders workshop in February 2015. The aim of this workshop was to bring together the holders of these awards to discuss and share their experiences of the running and managing of these awards, and explore how the scheme could evolve to better meet the needs of future research delivery.