NSF EPSCoR Releases Track-2 Solicitation
The National Science Foundation EPSCoR program has released a solicitation for proposals for “Track-2” collaborative research projects. Proposals must include Co-PIs from at least two of the 26 EPSCoR states and territories (see map, but ignore New Mexico, which is ineligible), and must be on the topic of “Harnessing Big Data to solve problems of national importance.”
Proposals are for up to four years and up to a total of $1 million a year for awards shared between two EPSCoR jurisdictions, and up to $1.5 million a year for awards shared between three or more jurisdictions. Letters of intent are due November 26 and full proposals due January 25, 2019. Researchers interested in applying should contact the SD EPSCoR office or your institution’s office of sponsored research.
Researchers are also encouraged to serve as Co-PI’s on
projects at other jurisdictions.