Selected limited submission funding opportunities
The NSF Expanding Capacity in Quantum Information Science and Engineering (ExpandQISE) program aims to increase research capacity and broaden participation in Quantum Information Science and Engineering (QISE) and related disciplines through the creation of a diversified investment portfolio in research and education that will lead to scientific, engineering and technological breakthroughs, while securing a talent pipeline in a field where workforce needs of industry, government and academia continue to outgrow the available talent. The ExpandQISE program helps build and maintain a close connection between new efforts and existing impactful work in research, research training, education, outreach and broadening participation done at the existing QISE Centers, while creating and nurturing necessary critical mass at Institutions not yet fully involved in QISE.
Internal Competition (InfoReady): Internal Deadline: 2/7/24.
External Competition: External Deadline: LOI 3/8/24. Full proposal: 4/1/24.
Award: Up to $5,000,000 over 5 years.
Limitation: Two Track 2 proposals per campus for all campuses except IU Bloomington. There are no limits on the number of Track 1 proposals. IU Bloomington is not eligible for this funding opportunity. Contact email@example.com with questions.
The Environmental and Climate Justice Community Change Grant program (Community Change Grants) offers an unprecedented opportunity to transform disadvantaged communities across the United States into healthy, climate resilient and thriving communities for their current and future residents. The Community Change Grants will fund community-driven projects that address climate challenges and reduce pollution while strengthening communities through thoughtful implementation and complement grant programs that the EPA launched in 2022 and 2023. Two tracks will be considered:
- Track I applications – Community-Driven Investments for Change will focus on multi-faceted applications with Climate Action and Pollution Reduction Strategies to meaningfully improve the environmental, climate and resilience conditions affecting disadvantaged communities.
- Track II applications – Meaningful Engagement for Equitable Governance will facilitate the engagement of disadvantaged communities in governmental processes to advance environmental and climate justice.
Internal Competition (InfoReady): Internal Deadline: 2/21/24.
External Solicitation: External Deadline: The sponsor will accept applications on a rolling basis through 11/21/24.
Award: $3,000,000 to $20,000,000
Limitation: Two per IU. The two applications may be either two Track I applications or two Track II applications, or one of each.
For more limited submission funding opportunities, see the IU Research Limited Submissions website, or use Pivot to search for external funding.