Robert and Helen Crompton Award 2015
Nominations are being sought for the Robert and Helen Crompton Award 2015. This Award provides funding of up to $15,000 to assist postgraduate research students enrolled at the Research School of Physics and Engineering to undertake part of their research program overseas or make a collaborative visit to an overseas institution, for three to six months. Applications open 1 June and close 5pm 30 June 2015.
Further information is available at http://physics.anu.edu.au/education/crompton_award.php.
Ben Williams Student Support Grant
The Ben Williams Student Support Grant is now available for all undergraduate and postgraduate physics students enrolled at the Research School of Physics and Engineering. The fund will provide financial assistance to students who are experiencing health and well-being difficulties that are preventing them from completing their program.
Applications are accepted all year round.
Ian Potter Foundation Grants, Round 2
Applications are now open for Science, Travel and Conference grants, closing 23 June. Applications need to be ranked internally and sent to the Foundation in hard copy before the due date. If you’re interested in applying, please send your Expression of Interest to email@example.com by Friday 15 May for further information. Final drafts will be due to the research office by Monday 9 June 2015.
International Climate Initiative
Supports projects in developing countries and emerging economies, and countries in transition. Areas of support relate to mitigating greenhouse gases, adapting climate change, conserving carbon sinks and conserving biological diversity. First stage closes 1 June 2015.
ARENA R&D Programme
Supporting industry and research partnerships that seek to develop and commercialise renewable energy technologies, and to provide a broader range of energy options to reduce future energy costs. Expressions of Interest close 19 June 2015.
SIEF John Stocker Postdoctoral Fellowships
A grant of $92,000 p.a. for three years targeting projects in natural or applied science with high potential for scientific achievement and benefits to Australia. Applications close 31 July.
DAAD-UA Australia-Germany Exchanges
Supports travel and living costs for short-term exchanges to work on joint research projects in Germany, up to a maximum $25,000. The support of early career researchers is a significant focus (Research Office internal deadline 2 June).