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Nuclear Physics Grants Panel
The Panel's role is to:
To assess and make recommendations to the STFC executive for research awards in nuclear physics.
Take account, as appropriate, of any strategic advice provided by STFC.
Take account, as appropriate, of the recommendations of external reviewers and the conclusion of specialist peer review panels.*
Provide clear concise feedback to applicants.
Advise the Science Board and Executive as required on all issues relating to research grants, including monitoring the level of funding allocated to grants per round.
Liaise with other bodies as necessary.
To carry out such other tasks associated with peer review as the Executive might require.
* These may be convened by the executive to advise on consolidated grants, contiguous groups of research requests, or research requests which are judged (on the basis of cost or propriety) to warrant such separate, in-depth assessment.
Professor David Evans (Chair) - University of Birmingham
Dr Carlo Barbieri - University of Surrey
Dr Dave Joss - University of Liverpool
Professor Dan Watts - University of York
Dr Judith McGovern - University of Manchester
Dr Keiran Flanagan - University of Manchester
Dr Marc Labiche - Daresbury Laboratory
Professor Marialuisa Aliotta - University of Edinburgh
Professor Ralf Kaiser - University of Glasgow
Professor Jens Jorgen Gaardhoje - University of Copenhagen
2020 Nuclear Physic Consolidated Grants Round
Applications are now invited for the 2020 Nuclear Physic Consolidated Grants Round. Please see the applicant guidelines for details on how to apply.
This document provides specific guidance on the consolidated grants round, and should be read in conjunction with the STFC Grants Handbook.
The deadline for applications and for form ‘x’ is 11 February 2020 at 4pm. Form ‘x’ will be distributed by email shortly.
Last updated: 18 October 2019
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