The MIT-Imperial Seed Fund aims to kick-start early-stage, risky and ‘blue skies’ research ideas that might not otherwise be pursued. The Fund will support early-stage collaboration among academics, researchers and students at MIT and Imperial by facilitating exchange between participating research groups through provision of grants to cover travel, workshops, meetings, hackathons, networks and other activities to explore research directions.
The call is now open to joint applications from MIT and Imperial. Applications are expected to enable researchers at MIT and Imperial to build or reinforce lasting contacts with the very best researchers in their field. Collaborations can be with new collaborators, existing or previous collaborators, providing that the application demonstrates a strong development of the collaborations proposed.
Please see here and the attached guidance document for more information, including the eligibility criteria and application process.
Queries should be directed to Alex Page (International Relations Office) at firstname.lastname@example.org
||MIT-Imperial Seed Fund
||15 January 2016 (24.59 Boston, USA time)
||Alex Page, International Relations Office, email@example.com
||This is not a restricted call
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The Rosetrees Trust has launched their Interdisciplinary Prize 2016, a program aimed at stimulating the application of Maths and Computer Science to Medicine.
Imperial has been invited to submit one application to this call to fund a project at the interface of Maths or Computer Science to Medicine, with importance on the potential for patient benefit. The award will be a total of £250,000 over three years.
The College will be having an internal selection process is outlined in the attached document and support must be in place from NHLI and the department in mathematics or computing. The internal deadline for NHLI to consider applications will be 14th December (12:00pm) and will require a two page proposal together with the CVs of the lead researchers. Following review in NHLI the College deadline for supported proposals will be 5th January 2016 (12.00pm). The deadline to Rosetrees Trust for the selected College candidate is 31st January 2016.
Rosetrees Criteria 2016