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We need your proposal ideas for 2024-29!
On behalf of the Statewide EPSCoR Committee, KY NSF EPSCoR is seeking idea papers from the Kentucky research community to include in the next $20 million/ 5-year RII Track-1 proposal, which will be submitted to NSF in the Summer of 2023. If funded, an awarded Track-1 proposal to Kentucky would support Research Infrastructure Improvement (RII) activities from July 2024 – June 2029.
NSF EPSCoR will be conducting a webinar covering the new RII Track-2 Solicitation (NSF 22-633) on December 7th at 3pm (EST), and Office Hours will be held on December 14 & 15 at 3pm (EST). Links to each session are below, and no registration is required. This year, the RII Track-2 FEC proposals must be aligned with the following focus area: “Advancing climate change research and resilience capacity to expand opportunities for disproportionately affected communities.” During the webinar we will be available to answer questions about this solicitation as well as provide a program overview. In addition, we are coordinating office hours to
NSF EPSCoR’s Track-2 Solicitation was just released! The required theme of these proposals is, “Advancing climate change research and resilience capacity to expand opportunities for disproportionately affected communities.” Every institution in Kentucky can lead one
University of Kentucky researcher Dr. Ruben Sarabia is an invited speaker at the 2022 Materials Research Society meeting in Boston. He will be presenting his pioneering work in PEDOT fiber processing as part of the
UofL nanocollider Talks HMI, Sensing Fibers, Robotics in Healthcare & Conductive Materials from Plants
On September 16th, the University of Louisville hosted its first nanoCollider, touching on innovative research from several pillars in the KAMPERS project. Watch the full video below: A summary: Intro: Dr Tommy Roussel Speaker 1:
From the Lane Report The University of Louisville has received $750,000 to launch the Robotics and Additive Manufacturing Pathways to SUCCESS (RAMPS) program aimed at preparing workers for the automated workplaces of the future that
How Dr. Kazi Javed took a small KY NSF EPSCoR grant for nanotube research at UK CAER and evolved it into a program at KSU supporting hundreds of undergraduate students. Written by Kevin Puckett, Senior
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