Complete List of Funding Opportunities [Opens in New Window] (Must be on Purdue network to access)
NSF Updated Program Descriptions:
- Nanomanufacturing Deadline: January 13
- Applied Mathematics Deadline: November 15
- Infrastructure Management and Extreme Events Deadline: January 13
- Structural and Architectural Engineering and Materials Deadline: January 13
- Geotechnical Engineering and Materials (GEM) Full proposals accepted anytime.
- Engineering for Natural Hazards Deadline: January 13
- Dynamics, Control and Systems Diagnostics Deadline: January 13
- Earth Sciences: Instrumentation and Facilities (EAR/IF) Proposals accepted anytime.
- Earth Sciences: Laboratory Technician Support (EAR/LTS) Deadline: February 9
Simons Foundation Collaboration Grants for Mathematicians The Simons Foundation’s Division for Mathematics and the Physical Sciences invites applications for grants to mathematicians to stimulate collaboration in the field primarily through the funding of travel and related expenditures. The goal of the program is to support the “mathematical marketplace” by substantially increasing collaborative contacts in the community of mathematicians working in the U.S. The foundation will make a large number of grants to accomplished, active researchers who do not otherwise have access to substantial research funding that supports travel and visitors. Deadline: January 31
If interested in submitting a proposal to an opportunity identified as a Limited Submission Proposal please contact Kristin Sarver immediately.
Pre-proposals and rankings to the Executive Vice President for Research and Partnerships (EVPRP) should be e-mailed to Executive Vice President for Research and Partnerships. Purdue’s open limited submission competitions, limited submission policy, and templates for pre-proposals may be found at Limited Submissions. For any case in which the number of pre-proposals received is no more than the number of proposals allowed by the sponsor, the EVPRP will notify the PI(s) that an internal competition will be unnecessary.