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Nuclear Physics Research Grants

Nuclear Physics Research Grants support research in the areas of experimental and theoretical nuclear physics. Applications for work in these areas are assessed by the Nuclear Physics Grants Panel (NPGP).

Consolidated Grants

The next consolidated grants round will be in 2020.

Statistics concerning the nuclear physics programme supported through the 2017 consolidated grants can be found on the Summary Statistics of Award 2017 document.

New Applicants scheme

This scheme is intended to provide support for newly appointed academic members of staff (lecturers or lecturer equivalent fellows) who have joined a department between grant reviews. For more information see the new applicants scheme (PDF, 72 KB) section of the Research Grants Handbook.

Conference and short course applications

Applications can be made at any time for contributions to the cost of organising conferences and workshops within the NPGP’s area of interest. Applications should include the following information:

  • The proposed programme and list of speakers
     
  • The likely benefits to the UK Nuclear Physics community of holding the conference or workshop
     
  • A budget setting out both costs and income, based on estimated attendance and contributions from other sources (both guaranteed and requested)

For information on how to apply please contact Jane Long.

STFC and EPSRC Position on Nuclear Physics Related Remits

STFC and EPSRC have provided a joint statement on nuclear physics related remits. Please see "Joint EPSRC and STFC position on nuclear physics related remits"

Nuclear Physics Research Grants support research in the areas of experimental and theoretical nuclear physics. Applications for work in these areas are assessed by the Nuclear Physics Grants Panel (NPGP).

Contact

Jenny Hiscock
Nuclear Physics Programme Manager
Tel: 01793 442151

Last updated: 21 March 2019

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