Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions:
Individual Fellowships (IF) deadline: 12 September 2018
Innovative Training Networks (ITN) deadline: 17 January 2018
Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE) deadline: 21 March 2018
Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851:
Research Fellowships deadline: 15 February 2018
Imperial College Funding Opportunities
Successful Research Proposals
Congratulations to the following members of staff who have recently been awarded research grant funding.
|Staff||Funding Body - Call||Award|
|Dr Gustav Holzegel||ERC Consolidator Grant||€2.0m|
|Professor Mark Girolami||EPSRC MURI Grant||£704,722|
|Professor Mark Girolami||Royal Academy of Engineering Fellowship||£225,000|
|Dr Eva-Maria Graefe||ERC Starting Grant||€1,293,023|
|Professor Michael Ruzhansky||Leverhulme Trust Research Project Grant||£250,438|
|Professor Michael Ruzhansky||EPSRC Standard Grant||£498,675|
|Professor Richard Thomas||EPSRC Standard Grant||£883,776|
If you are writing a grant proposal
- Please inform the Research Operations Manager (ROM) Rusudan Svanidze and Director of Research (DoR) Prof. Pierre Degond of your intent to apply for research funding.
- The ROM, Rusudan Svanidze, will assist you with the InfoEd form and costing. They will also advise you of the Research Services deadline. Please note that all submitted applications go via Research Services. For this reason you MUST allow 5 clear working days before the published deadline of the granting body.
- The DoR will normally assign you a "mentor" to help increase the quality of the proposal. You and your mentor should decide on the appropriate form of support, if any. After a grant application has been awarded or declined, the DoR would appreciate a short communication by you (and your mentor) concerning any observations/conclusions from the process that may be relevant for future applicants.
Please click on the following link to see examples of successful applications.
With EPSRC proposals you are most likely required to provide a Pathway to Impact (previously called impact Plan). For guidance, please read more here.
We also have some examples of Impact Plans for EPSRC proposals (PDF) (link work for Maths Academic Staff only.)
The Research Committee consists of:
Prof. Pierre Degond (Director of Research)
Dr. Gustav Holzegel (Pure representative)
Prof. Paolo Cascini (Pure representative)
Dr. Thomas Cass (Math Finance representative)
Prof. Axel Gandy (Statistics representative)
Dr. Eric Keaveny (AMMP representative)
Dr. Eva-Maria Graefe (AMMP representative)