EPSRC:

EPSRC Funding Schemes
New Connections from Mathematical Sciences (Postdoctoral/ Early Career fellowships)
EPSRC Mathematical Sciences Small Grants Scheme

European Comission:

Horizon 2020

Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions:
Individual Fellowships (IF) deadline: 09 September 2020
Innovative Training Networks (ITN) deadline: 14 January 2020
Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE) deadline: 12 May 2020

Other Grants
Starting Grant  deadline: no call in 2020
Consolidator Grant deadline: no call in 2020
Advanced Grant deadline: 20 August 2020

Other Recently Published Calls

Royal Society:

University Research Fellowships deadline: 3 September 2020
Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowship deadline: 10 November 2020
Newton International Fellowship deadline: This scheme is expected to reopen in January 2021

Leverhulme Trust:

Leverhulme Grant Deadlines

Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851:

Research Fellowships deadline: applications for 2021 Fellowships will open in October 2020

Imperial College Funding Opportunities

Internal Funding Opportunities

Successful Research Proposals

Congratulations to the following members of staff who have recently been awarded research grant funding.

StaffFunding Body - CallAward
Professor Toby Gee ERC Advanced Grant €2.2m
Professor Richard Thomas Royal Society Research Professorship £1.1m
Dr Philipp Thomas UKRI FLF £1.4m
Dr Heather Battey EPSRC Early Career Fellowship £990,286
Dr Sheehan Olver  Leverhulme Trust Research Project Grant £243,114
Dr Michele Coti-Zelati Royal Society University Research Fellowship £827,719
Dr Martin Taylor Royal Society University Research Fellowship £464,314

If you are writing a grant proposal

  1. Please inform the Research Operations Manager (ROM) Rusudan Svanidze and Director of Research (DoR) Dr. Eva-Maria Graefe  of your intent to apply for research funding.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.

 

The Research Committee consists of:

Dr. Eva-Maria Graefe (Director of Research)
Prof. Paolo Cascini (Pure representative)
Prof. Ari Laptev (Pure representative)
Dr. Eyal Neumann  (Math Finance representative)
Prof. Axel Gandy (Statistics representative)
Dr. Eric Keaveny (AMMP representative)
Dr. Sheehan Olver (AMMP representative)