Advanced Detector Research Program
U.S. Department of Energy
Deadline: November 16 (Letter of Intent); December 16 (Final Proposal)
Applications should be from investigators who are currently involved in experimental high
energy physics, and should be submitted through a U.S. academic institution. The purpose of
this program is to support the development of the new detector technologies needed to perform
future high energy physics experiments.
Applicants are welcome to collaborate with researchers in other institutions, such as universities, industry, non-profit
organizations, federal laboratories and Federally Funded Research and Development Centers (FFRDCs), which include
the DOE National Laboratories.
Funding: It is anticipated that approximately $750,000 will be available for new projects in Fiscal Year 2011, subject to
availability of appropriated funds. The award per year could range from $50,000-150,000. Multiple year grants should
be requested if the project cannot be completed in one year. A maximum of three years will be considered.
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