All interested Kentucky researchers are invited to submit a pre-proposal whitepaper to this opportunity. Any Kentucky institution of higher education and industrial or non-profit partners are eligible to participate in Kentucky's NASA EPSCoR programs.
Upcoming NSF/NASA Webinars Click here for registration: Nov 17, 2021 -- NSF/NASA EPSCoR RII Track-4: Research Fellows Webinar #1 Dec 9, 2021 -- NSF/NASA EPSCoR RII Track-4: Research Fellows Webinar #2
Kentucky researchers interested in this opportunity can also complete this form to notify NASA KY of their interest in the NSF/NASA RII Track-4 program and register to receive any follow-on information from Kentucky's NASA EPSCoR program.
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NASA Science Mission Design Schools NASA Science Mission Design Schools are 3-month long career development experiences for doctoral students, recent Ph.D.s, postdocs and junior faculty who have strong interest in science-driven robotic space exploration missions: Nov 19, 2021 -- Application deadline for Heliophysics Mission Design School
The NASA Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) establishes partnerships with government, higher education and industry designed to effect lasting improvements in a state or region's research infrastructure, research and development (R&D) capacity and its national R&D competitiveness.
Kentucky’s NASA EPSCoR Program is administered by the University of Kentucky as lead institution for the state. The program supports NASA-related research projects and partnerships in Kentucky. Any Kentucky institution of higher learning is eligible to apply for funding. Industry, non-profit and government agencies may participate in funded projects in collaboration with Kentucky faculty researchers.
NASA KY supports research in aerospace, aeronautics, space scienceand related disciplines such as energy, physics, geosciences, biomedical, human health and performance and computer science.
Kentucky Space Grant Consortium & NASA EPSCoR
A Kentucky higher education program partnered with NASA for aerospace-related science, research and workforce development.