Our portfolio managers have a science and engineering background that can help you navigate through the wealth of information available to assist you to select the most appropriate partners.
Our portfolio managers operate in teams, called themes, with each portfolio manager having responsibility for specific areas of research within their theme. The links below will take you to the contact pages of each theme, allowing you to find the portfolio manager closest to your research interests.
Alternatively if your question, enquiry or need is more general you can contact a member of the business engagement team.
The vision for the Digital economy theme is for the research we sponsor to rapidly realise the transformational impact of digital technologies on: community life, cultural experiences, future society, and the economy.
The vision for the Energy theme is for the research we sponsor to help solve some of the most serious challenges facing the UK today and in the future.
The vision for Engineering capability is to identify and tackle fundamental engineering.
The Partnership for Conflict, Crime and Security Research (PaCCS) brings together security research and other activities that are sensitive to the changing global context and have an impact in the prediction, prevention and reduction of security threats.
The Healthcare Technologies theme supports research across EPSRC’s remit with the aim of accelerating translation to healthcare applications.
The vision for ICT capability is to support UK scientists to deliver the very best research and training to meet the future scientific needs across the science base.
Living With Environmental Change (LWEC)
Living With Environment Change is a major interdisciplinary research and policy partnership to tackle environmental change and the societal challenges it poses.
The vision for the Manufacturing the future theme is for the research we sponsor to help solve some of the most serious challenges facing the UK today and in the future.
EPSRC funds research and training in mathematical sciences to support the health of the discipline and to provide skills and knowledge for future needs.
The vision for Physical sciences capability is to support UK scientists to deliver the very best research and training to meet the future scientific needs across the science base.
Quantum technologies are considered to be those that harness quantum physics to gain a functionality or performance which is otherwise unattainable.
Researchers across EPSRC's remit require access to world-leading research equipment and facilities, in order to build a world-class research portfolio.