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89 Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) www.dtra.mil What: Exploring new and innovative research for combating or countering weapons of mass destruction (WMD) - topics: Period 4 topics on next page Period 5 topics TBA spring 2010 How much: $18M in FY09; ~250K/yr for single investigator, ~500K/yr multiple inv When: See HDTRA1-08-10-BRCWMD-BAA Period 4 Period 5 White paper (required) 2 Nov 2009 12 May 2010 Full proposal (invited) 24 Feb 2010 28 Jul 2010 Where: http://www.dtra.mil/Business/DoingBusiness/CurrentSolicitations.aspx FY11 6.1 $ 47M 6.2 ~210

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    Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA)www.dtra.mil

    What: Exploring new and innovative research for combating or countering weapons of mass destruction (WMD) - topics:

    Period 4 topics on next page Period 5 topics TBA spring 2010

    How much: $18M in FY09; ~250K/yr for single investigator, ~500K/yr multiple inv

    When: See HDTRA1-08-10-BRCWMD-BAA Period 4 Period 5 White paper (required) 2 Nov 2009 12 May 2010 Full proposal (invited) 24 Feb 2010 28 Jul 2010 Where: http://www.dtra.mil/Business/DoingBusiness/CurrentSolicitations.aspx

    FY116.1 $ 47M6.2 ~210

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    Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA)Period 4 Topics

    Topic Per4-A: Charge Collection and Photon Conversion for Radiation SensingTopic Per4-B: Post-Detonation Radiological and Nuclear Forensics Topic Per4-C: Advanced Methods and Algorithms to Support Course of Action Analysis of Terrorists Seeking to Acquire and Use CBRNE Topic Per4-D: Advancing Knowledge of Network Theory for Network Analysis and Response to Attacks Topic Per4-E: Self-Healing Radiation Shielding Materials Topic Per4-F: Novel Materials for Unattended Sensing to Support Future Treaties Topic Per4-G: Nanoscale Radiation Indicators Topic Per4-H: Improved Surface and Interfacial Analytical Methods for Chemical and Biological DetectionTopic Per4-I: Identification and characterization of bacterial metabolic enzymes and pathways Topic Per4-J: Mechanisms of virulence changes during in vivo passage of viral pathogens

    Young InvestigatorPer4-Y-1: Charge Collection and Photon Conversion for Radiation Sensing Per4-Y-2: Post-Detonation Radiological and Nuclear Forensics Per4-Y-3: Advancing Knowledge of Network Theory for Network Analysis and Response to AttacksPer4-Y-4: Self-Healing Radiation Shielding Materials Per4-Y-5: Novel Materials for Unattended Sensing to Support Future Treaties Per4-Y-6: Nanoscale Radiation IndicatorsPer4-Y-7: Reactive, Energetic or Biological Materials for Bio-Agent Defeat

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    Univ New Mexico and Penn State Univ leadUniv of Florida, North Carolina A&T State Univ,

    Florida A&M Univ, New Mexico State Univ, New Mexico Inst of Technology

    DTRAUniversity Strategic Partnership (2004 -2011)

    Solving DTRA Problems

    StrategicPartnership

    Student Research Associate Program

    Sustain and expand a base of expertise by developing programs that allow undergraduate and graduate student and postdoctoral professionals to develop research skills that will support DTRAs mission.

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    Chemical / Biological Defense Programhttp://www.acq.osd.mil/cp/

    What: Joint Service core research program for chemical and biological (CB) defense (medical and physical sciences): Chemical/Biological Tech (non-medical) (~$31M in FY11) Nanoscience Bioscience Information Science Cognition Science Integration Medical Chemical Defense (therapeutic) (~$3M in FY11) Respiratory and Systemic Cutaneous and Ocular Neurological Toxicology - non traditional agents and other agents Medical Biological Defense (~$14M in FY11) TMTI Diagnostic Technology Vaccine research and technology Therapeutic viral, toxin, bacterial

    Medical Radiological Defense (~$1M in FY11)

    How much:When: see BAAsWhere: through DTRA Chem/Bio Technologies Directorate HDTRA1-CBMEDICAL-TMTI-BAA Oct 2007

    FY116.1 $ 50M6.2 170

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    High Energy Laser (HEL) program

    What: Supports fundamental scientific knowledge to support future DOD High Energy Laser systems Gas Laser (GL) (

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    HEL MRI 2006 ReviewTopic Institution FEL Univ of MdFEL StanfordAtmos Prop & Compensation of HEL UCLANegative Thermal Expansion Univ of MinnAerooptical Wavefront Prop & Refractive Fluid Interfaces UC IrvineHi Power, Closed Cycle Chem Lasers Univ IllinoisOptically Pumped Atomic and Molecular Gas Laser AF AcademyHigh Power Fiber lasers ClemsonAffordable Hi Energy Laser Systems Univ of ArizonaNext Gen Large Mode Area Fiber Univ of MichiganDynamical Approaches to Hi Power Fiber Lasers GTRIHi Avg Power Diode Pumped SS lasers Stanford

    2009 HEL- BAA Thrust Area #1 - $1M/yr - Gas Laser (GL) - High-Power Gas-Phase Hybrid Laser SystemsThrust Area #2 - $1M/yr - Free Electron Laser (FEL)Thrust Area #3 - $0.5M-$1M/yr - Advanced ConceptsThrust Area #4 - $1M/yr - Solid State Laser (SSL) - Scalable, efficient, high power eyesafer laser technologyThrust Area #5 - $1M/yr - Beam Control (BC)Thrust Area #6 - $1.5M/yr - Beam Control Integrated DemonstrationThrust Area #7 - $200K/yr - High Energy Laser System Modeling and Simulation

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    Multidisciplinary University Research Initiatives (MURI in URI)

    FY11

    Army $58M

    Navy 86

    Air Force 76

    What: Supports University teams that involve one or more traditional science/engineering disciplines Topics down selected from OXR PO suggestions Topics announced annually by DOD 20% new money/yr via finished MURIs For 2009 topics and University awardees see http://www.defenselink.mil/news/may2009/FY09MURIPressReleaseTableFinal.pdfHow Much: ~$0.5 -1.5M/yr for three years + two additional option yearsWhen: Announcement typically in July (for FY10 12 Oct 2009) White paper (strongly encouraged, not required) in August (11 Dec 2009) Full proposal in October ( 2 Mar 2010)Where: ARO / AFOSR / ONR websites, see for example http://www.onr.navy.mil/Science-Technology/Directorates/office-research-discovery-invention/ Sponsored-Research/University-Research-Initiatives.aspx

    USC MURI awardees

    Nealson 2006 AFOSR - Bioengineered Fuel Cells: Optimization via Genetic Approaches and Multi-Scale ModelingUSC 2008 - supporting Institution in four different MURI awards

    (Guarav Sukhatme, Hai Wang, David Traum, Jerry Hobbs)Sukhatme 2009 ONR Adaptive Networks for Threat and Intrusion Detection or Termination

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    (1) Optical Metamaterials (2) Adaptive Cognitive Maps for Autonomous Systems (3) Non-linear Mediums Converting Frequencies of Propagating E/M and Pressure Waves (4) Biofuels: Microbial Communities, Biogeochemistry and Surface Interactions (5) Design, Synthesis, and Characterization of Electro-Active Polymers for Dielectric Energy Storage (6) Reasoning for Image Understanding in Uncertain Environments (7) Fundamental Study of High- and Low-K Dielectrics for III-V Electronic Devices (8) Provably-Safe Perception-Based Control for Autonomous UAS Operations around Complex, Unstructured Terrain (9) Dynamical Systems Theory in 4D Geophysical Fluid Dynamics (10) Hyperspectral, Radar and EO/IR Signatures in the Littorals

    FY2010 MURI TopicsOffice of Naval Research

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    (11) Novel Catalytic Mechanisms for the Chemical Reduction of Carbon Dioxide to Energy-Dense Liquids (12) Third Order Nonlinear Optical Organics (13) Fundamental Processes in High-Temperature Gas-Surface Interactions (14) Propagation of Ultrashort Laser Pulses through Transparent Media (15) Superconducting Semiconductors (16) Human-Machine Adversarial Networks (17) Biologically-Engineering of Adherent / Spectroscopically Interrogated Microstructures (18) Control of Information Collection and Fusion (19) Stable Metrics for Global Inference in Social Networks to Predict Collective Behavior (20) Solid State Cooling

    FY2010 MURI Topics Air Force Office of Scientific Research

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    (21) Neuronal Behavior in Primary Blast

    (22) Identifying and Extracting the Mathematical Signatures of Prokaryotic Activity

    in DNA; Developing a Theoretical Foundation for Predicting DNA Stability

    (23) Tomography of Social Networks of Asymmetric Adversaries

    (24) Adaptive Perception and Agile Autonomy in Severe Environments

    (25) Structured Modeling for Low-Density Languages

    (26) Directed Self-Assembly of Reconfigurable Materials

    (27) "Atomtronics": A generalized electronics

    (28) Bio-Electronic Templates for Interfacing to the Nanoscale

    (29) Ion Transport In Complex Heterogeneous Organic Materials

    (30) Defect Reduction in Superlattice Materials

    FY2010 MURI Topics Army Research Office

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    2010 Air Force Biological Engineering of Adherent /Spectroscopically Interrogated Microstructures

    2010 Army Neuronal Behavior in Primary Blast

    2010 Army Identifying and Extracting the Mathematical Signatures of Prokaryotic Activity in DNA

    2010 Army Adaptive Perception and Agile Autonomy in Severe Environments

    2010 Army Bio-electronic Templates for Interfacing to the Nanoscale

    2009 Navy Cellular, Molecular, Genetic and Biochemical Correlates of Training

    2009 Air Force Biophotonics: Optical Effects through Natures Photonic Control

    2009 Army Application of Systems Biology to Regenerative Medicine

    2009 Army Mechanisms of Bacterial Spore Germination

    2008 Navy Biometrics in the Maritime Domain

    2008 Navy Biologically-Inspired Autonomous Sea Vehicles

    2008 Navy Biologically-Inspired Approaches for Team & Coalition Adaptation of Unmanned Systems

    2008 Air Force Harnessing Complexity in the Human-Machine Interface

    2008 Army Brain Network Analysis and Modeling for Communication and Orientation

    2007 Navy Cognitively Compatible and Collaboratively Balanced Human Robot Teaming

    2007 Navy Effective Human-Robot Interaction under Time Pressure

    2007 Navy Capitalizing on Res on Animal & Human Brain Plasticity to Enhance Warfighter Training

    2007 Navy Complex Learning and Skill Transfer with Video Gamers

    2007 Air Force Dynamic Decision making in Complex Task Environ: Principles & Neural Mechanisms

    MURI topics with Health Science Aspects

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    Defense University Research Instrumentation Program (DURIP in URI)

    FY11

    Army $13M

    Navy 17

    Air Force 15

    What: Acquisition of major equipment to augment current or develop new research capabilities to support research in the technical areas of interest to the DoD Provide equipment to enhance research-related education Matching funds not required, but is helpful (especially for larger grants) DOD research grant not required, but is very helpful OXR program officer support very, very helpfulHow Much: >$50K,

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    Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program (CDMRP)

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    FY10

    ~$600M

    What: Research Programs included in the FY10 CDMRP are ($M): 150 Breast Cancer Research 112 Orthopaedic 92 Deployment Related 80 Prostate Cancer Research 50 Peer Reviewed Medical Research (see chart for allowed 2010 topics) 41 TBI and Psychological Health 35 Spinal Cord Medical Research and Treatment 20 Lung Cancer Research 19 Ovarian Cancer Research 16 Cancer skin, pediatric brain, genetic, non-invasive ablation treatment 14 Neurofibromatosis Research 8 Autism Research 6 Tuberous Sclerosis Complex Research 8 Gulf War Illness Research 7.5 Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis 4 Bone Marrow Failure 5 Multiple Sclerosis 2 Genetic Studies of Food Allergies Proposals undergo two stage review - peer, then programHow Much: 1-5 year grants, average of $150K/yr (direct) If multiyear funded, all funds come from the FY09 appropriationWhen: Various see website program announcementsWhere: Proposal submission to be done via grants.gov

    Congressionally Directed Medical Research ProgramDeployment Related Medical Research Program

    cdmrp.army.mil

    Bolded are FY10 as of 21 Feb 2010; others are FY09

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    CDMRP: Example of Program Informationavailable at: http://cdmrp.army.mil/funding/reftable.htm

    FY09 Peer Reviewed Medical Research Program (PRMRP)

    Mechanism Program Release Funding Submission Announce Date Amount Deadline Investigator-Initiated Adobe PDF 1-27-09 Max funding of $750 K for direct costs Pre-Appl: Mar 19 09 Research Award Max period of performance is 3 years Proposal: April 16 09 Technology/Therapeutic Adobe PDF 1-27-09 Max funding of $2M for direct costs Pre-Appl: Mar 19 09 Development Award Max period of performance is 4 years Proposal: Apr 16 09

    Clinical Trial Award Adobe PDF 1-27-09 Max funding of $2.5 for direct costs Pre-Appl: Mar 19 09 Max period of performance is 5 years Proposal: Apr 16 09

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    Milestone 1 (Congressional Appropriation): Milestone 2 (Vision Setting): Each program's Integration Panel (IP), composed of renowned experts -- scientists and clinicians, as well as disease survivors, identify the Programmatic Priorities for the year. Milestone 3 (Release of Program Announcements)Milestone 4 (Proposal Receipt)Milestone 5 (Peer Review): Submitted proposals are peer reviewed by program, along with other proposals submitted in response to the same mechanism offered in the Program Announcements. Renowned scientists and clinicians are assigned to panels to review proposals according to their individual expertise. In addition, several disease survivors sit on each peer review panel. The process of Peer Review evaluates not only the science of each submission but also the proposed budget. Milestone 6 (Programmatic Review): Proposals undergo Programmatic Review by the IP with select additional scientists chosen for their expertise in the field. Proposals are evaluated in a comparison basis, against submissions in other specialty fields in order to identify proposals with the greatest programmatic relevance, those that most completely address the year's Programmatic Priorities, as well as disease relevance, and innovation, among other factors. Milestone 7 (Approval by Commanding General)Milestone 8 (Negotiations)Milestone 9 (Award Execution)

    CDMRP Funding Process

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    Research Program FYs Amount ($M) Prop Prop for Research Rcvd Funded %Breast Cancer 9208 1919 38156 5511 14Neurofibromatosis 9608 166 871 223 26 Prostate Cancer 9708 780 9743 2013 21 Ovarian Cancer 9708 106 2023 187 9 Peer-Reviewed Med Res 9906,08 339 3179 282 9 Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia 0206 19 252 61 24Prion Diseases 2002 37 136 38 28Tuberous Sclerosis 0206,08 15 228 57 25Myeloproliferative Disorders 2004 4 18 9 50Gulf War Illness 2006,08 13 63 21 33Autism 2007-08 12 391 35 9Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis 2007 4 21 3 14Psychological Health/TBI 2007 277 2,110 201 10Institutionally Based Programs 9508 367 260 221 85TOTALS 4,198 59,318 8,996 15

    CDMRP Historical Funding / Success Rates

    Totals include programs left out due to no recent (post 2000) activity

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    The FY10 PRMRP will solicit research proposals for the following 19 topics areas:

    chronic migraine and post-traumatic headache; dystonia; drug abuse; epilepsy; fragile X syndrome; inflammatory bowel disease; interstitial cystitis; Listeria vaccine for infectious disease; lupus; mesothelioma; neuroblastoma; osteoporosis and related bone disease; Paget's disease; pheochromocytoma; polycystic kidney disease; post-traumatic osteoarthritis; scleroderma; social work research; tinnitus

    2010 Peer Reviewed MRP Topics

    Pre-application submission to the CDMRP eReceipt website (https://cdmrp.org) prior to application submission is required for all award mechanisms. Applications must be submitted through the federal government's single-entry portal, Grants.gov (http://www.grants.gov). A listing of all USAMRMC funding opportunities can be obtained on the Grants.gov website by performing a basic search using CFDA Number 12.420. Pre-application and application submission deadlines will be listed in each Program Announcement/Funding Opportunity.

    Requests for email notification of the Program Announcement release may be sent to [email protected] For more information about the PRMRP or other CDMRP-sponsored programs, please visit the CDMRP website (http://cdmrp.army.mil).

    Points of Contact::

    Dorsey DuPont, 301-619-9783, and Gail Whitehead, 301-619-7783, Public Affairs, [email protected]

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    The following research topics are recommended for consideration under this program: Neuropsychiatric studies, biochemical mechanisms that underlie human emotional reactions to combat stress and resulting clinical disorders, metrics for mental health assessment and methods to evaluate and improve PTSD rehabilitation efforts; Studies of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) including basic research on neural injury treatments, cell replacement and regrowth strategies, specific therapies to prevent and reverse spinal cord and other neuro-traumatic damage, pharmaceutical interventions to stimulate neural circuits, ``activity-based'' physical therapy, and extended rehabilitation focused on impairments in vision and cognitive functioning; Clinical research of blast-related cell damage and the resulting effects on neurological response; 3D models of IED blast waves to develop equipment to mitigate injury to service members; A fully automated, self contained, disposable chip to diagnose TBI at the point of onset; DA-EEG assessment and MRI quantization to allow an accurate assessment of TBI; computational approaches to integrate global transcriptomics and proteomics information to indentify the biological networks altered following TBI; Studies of PTSD and/or TBI including basic research in neurorehabilitation, the integration of informatics, and advanced computational research to analyze brain tissue and activities, the use of advanced neuroimaging, behavioral and genetic information to develop biomarkers, diagnostics, and treatments for semi-acute and chronic injury stages.

    2009 TBI and Psychological Health.

    $40.6 million (M) available (FY09)

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    Breast Cancer 2004 Innovator Malcolm Pike2006 Idea Amy Lee 2006 Concept Young Kwon Hong, Nouri Neamati, Amy Lee2007 Era of Hope Scholar Christopher Haiman2008 Concept Woojin An Ovarian Cancer 2006 Idea Development Francis Markland 2006 Idea Development Nouri Neamati 2008 Consortium Development Louis Dubeau Prostate Cancer 2004 Idea Development Baruch Frenkel 2004 Idea Development Gerhard Coetzee2004 Clinical Trial Parvesh Kumar 2005 Idea Development Jacek Pinski 2005 Idea Development Myles Cockburn 2006 Clinical Trial Parvesh Kumar2006 Exploration Hypothesis Develop Shao-Yao Ying2006 Physician Research Training Amir Goldkorn2006 Training Award Predoctoral Omar Khalid 2007 Training Award - Predoctoral Andrew GrayPeer Reviewed 2005 Investigator Initiated Wendy CozenDeployment Related2008 Hypothesis Stefan LeeInstitutionally Based2005 Neurogenetic Res & Computational Genetics Xiaojinag Chen

    Selected USC Awardees from CDMRP

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    Illustrations of CDMRP Award Categories (from historical files)Advanced Technology Support the advanced development of a health-related product or technology in a target area.Applicants are strongly encouraged to collaborate and integrate their projects with military and/or VA research laboratories and programs~$3M direct costs over performance periodUp to 4 years period of performanceCenter of ExcellenceAccelerate the solution of a major, overarching problem in target area address a single, unifying question critical to the prevention, detection, diagnosis, or treatment in target area through a synergistic, multidisciplinary research program that could not be accomplished by a single instigator or group.Up to $20M including direct and indirect costs over performance periodUp to a 5 year period of performanceClinical Trial Development AwardSupport to establish the necessary collaborations and to develop the necessary research resources that will serve as a foundation for investigator-initiated clinical trialsGoal is development of Phase I or Phase II clinical trails that will have major impact on the treatment, diagnosis, detection or prevention of target.Focus on new interventions and not on refinements of existing interventions.Up to $100K direct costs over performance periodUp to 1 year period of performanceClinical Resource Development AwardFund development, validation and /or pilot testing of novel tools/resources for measuring clinical and/or surrogate endpoints that are relevant to the target area.Preliminary data are not required by my be included, if available.A clinical protocol and associated clinical documents must be included if human subject clinical studies are proposed.Include a plan describing the means by which the fully developed tool/resource will be made available to the scientific community for future studies.Up to $225K for direct cost over the performance periodUp to 2 years period of performance

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    Illustrations of CDMRP Award Categories (from historical files)Clinical Consortium AwardClinical Research Sites and one Coordinating Center which jointly are responsible for proposing, selecting and conducting Phase II and Phase I/II clinical trials focused on target area.The Coordinating Center, which functions as a Clinical Research Site, also serves as the consortium information and planning nexus providing administrative, operational, and data management support services to participant Clinical Research Sites to implement consortium clinical trials in a timely manner.An important aspect of the CCA is that funding for each participant site after the first year is contingent upon meeting the following consortium requirements: Minimum number of 35 patients accrued per year (>50 expected) Presentation of at least one clinical trial per year (>2 expected) Submission of annual written progress report Timely submission of quality dataUp to $600K direct costs over performance periodUp to 2 years period of performanceConcept AwardExploration of a highly innovative new concept; preliminary data is not allowed. Rationale for work must be provided. How will new concept create an entirely new avenue for investigation toward desired target (breast cancer, TBI,)Up to $75K /yr direct costsUp to 1 year period of performanceIdea AwardSupport highly innovative, high-risk/high-reward research that could ultimately lead to critical discoveries of major advancement. Innovation is a significant featureUp to $300K direct costsUp to 3 year period of performanceImpact AwardSupport unique projects or ideas that do not fit existing award mechanisms yet possess strong potential to have an unprecedented impatct on the prevention, detection, diagnosis, and/or treatment in target areaNo predetermined dollar amount restrictionUp to 5 year period of performance

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    Illustrations of CDMRP Award Categories (from historical files)Innovator AwardSupport visionary individuals -who have a history of creativity, innovative work, and leadership to pursue their most novel, visionary, high-risk ideas that could ultimately lead to solution in desired target.Up to $5M direct costs over performance periodUp to 5 year period of performanceInvestigator Initiated Research AwardPromote basic or clinical research studies focused on target area (TBI/PTSD).Fund independent investigators across a broad spectrum of disciplinesProposals must include preliminary data relevant to target research and the proposed project.If appropriate, proposal should include a clear statistical plan of analysis~$1M direct costs over performance periodUp to 4 year period of performanceNew Investigator AwardRecognize and support postdoctoral fellows with at least 5 years of PD training and faculty through the level of Assistant Professor (or other individuals with comparable experience holding nonacademic positions of equivalent rank) who have innovative ideas applicable to desired target. In addition, applicants may not have received non-mentored research funding in excess of $100K in aggregate from extramural sources as a PI or co-PIUp to $300K direct costs over performance periodUp to 3 year period of performanceSynergistic IdeaSupport innovative, high-risk/high-reward target areas research collaborations between two independent, faculty-level (or equivalent) investigators who address a central problem or question in target area.Up to $500K direct costs over performance periodUp to 2 year period of performance

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    Government / Industry Cofunding of University Research (GICUR)Incorporated into DARPA Budget in FY09 MARCO Focus Research Center Program

    What: Combines industry know-how and funding with DOD interests and funding to support University research projects of mutual interest Five Virtual Centers (sixth center is possible): System Design Jan Rabaey, UCB Circuit Design Rob Rutenbar, CMU Interconnect Paul Kohl, GIT Materials & Devices Dimitri Antoniadis, MIT Nano Kang Wang, UCLA

    Recompeted every three years Industry/Government shared funding ~50/50 Jeffrey Rogers DARPA Program Manager for FCRP http://www.darpa.mil/mto/programs/fcrp/index.html

    How Much: Funding targeted at about $8M/yr per Virtual CenterWhen: Where: http://fcrp.src.org/

    Dr. Chongwu Zhou (EE at USC) participating in Nano (FENA)

    FY11

    DARPA (FCRP) $20M

    GICUR (Defense-wide) 4M?

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    High Performance Computingwww.hpcmo.hpc.mil

    What: High Performance Computing Modernization Program (HPCMP) Major Shared Resource Centers (MSRC) Allocated Distributed Centers (ADC) Networking Defense Res and Engn Network (DREN) Software Applications Support Institutes Portfolios User Productivity Enhancement and Technology Transfer Access available to OXR/DARPA granteesHow: Need DOD Program Officer to request the access Need to satisfy security/screening requirements (sensitivity to foreign national access) Application at http://www.hpcmo.hpc.mil/Htdocs/SAAA/index.html

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    Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program (SERDP)[Environmental Science and Technology Cooperative Program (ESTCP)]

    What: Pursues hi-risk / hi-payoff solutions to intractable environ problems

    Focuses on cross-service requirements

    Published Statements of Need (SON) to guide proposals

    Core Solicitation for full scale efforts

    Exploratory Development Proposals (SEED) for $150K for 1 year

    SERDP is 6.3 (tech develop) [ESTCP is 6.4 (field demonstration)]

    How Much: Core ~$200-300K for clean-up to ~$750 1000K for munitions mgmt

    When: Core Solicitation Preproposals ~Jan 09 for FY2010 solicitation

    SEED Proposals ~Mar 09 for FY2010 solicitation

    Where: For FY 2010 Core Solicitation and SEED programs

    www.serdp.org/Funding/

    http://www.estcp.org/opportunities/index.cfm

    FY11SERDP $68M[ESTCP 30]

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    What: Early-stage R&D funding directly to small companies working cooperatively with researchers at universities and other research institutions

    Firm must be a U.S. for-profit small business of 500 or fewer employees

    Research institution a U.S. college or Univ, FFRDC or non-profit

    Small business must perform a minimum of 40% of the work and the research institution a minimum of 30% of the work in both Phase I & II

    Work must be performed in the United States

    Topics suggested by OXR / SYSCOM program managers

    Topics http://www.dodsbir.net/Topics/Default.asp

    How Much: Up to $850,000 (Phase 1 and Phase 2 combined)

    When: Announcement in January and July typically

    Proposal deadline in Mar and Sep 2009 for 2009 solicitation

    Where: http://www.acq.osd.mil/osbp/sbir/solicitations/index.htm

    Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR)http://www.acq.osd.mil/osbp/sbir/index.htm

    SYSCOM Systems Commands OXR the three Service Research Offices

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    What: Early-stage R&D funding directly to small companies working cooperatively with researchers at universities and other research institutions

    Firm must be a U.S. for-profit small business of 500 or fewer employees

    Work must be performed in the United States

    Topics suggested by OXR / SYSCOM program managers

    Topics http://www.dodsbir.net/Topics/Default.asp

    How Much: Up to $850,000 (Phase 1 and Phase 2 combined)

    When: Announcement in April and July typically

    Proposal deadline in June and Sept 2010 for 2010 solicitation

    Where: http://www.acq.osd.mil/osbp/sbir/solicitations/index.htm

    Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR)http://www.acq.osd.mil/osbp/sbir/overview/index.htm

    SYSCOM Systems Commands

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    SBIR AND STTR PROGRAMSCRITICAL DIFFERENCES

    Research Partner SBIR: Permits (encourages) research institution partners [ ~ 33% Phase I and 50% Phase II R&D]

    STTR: Requires research institution partners (e.g., universities)

    [ 40% small business and 30% research institution]

    AWARD ALWAYS MADE TO SMALL BUSINESS

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    SBIR AND STTR PROGRAMSCRITICAL DIFFERENCES

    Principal Investigator

    SBIR: Primary (>50%) employment must be with small business concern

    STTR: Primary employment not stipulated [PI can be from research institution and/or from small business concern]

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    DEPSCOR

    What: Sheltered competition for University research programs in states that historically received least federal research funding (see list)

    Individual researchers, or small research teams, focused on a particular defense-related technical problem

    Can provide more funding for critical research- infrastructure elements than a single-investigator proposal

    Need strong endorsement of a Service program manager

    33% non-Federal cost share required

    When: Letter of intent ~Jul (not required in FY09)

    Full proposals to DOD ~Oct (May 09 for FY09)

    Where: Must go through State committee

    Eligible States

    AlaskaArkansasDelaware

    IdahoKansas

    KentuckyLouisiana

    MaineMontanaNebraskaNevada

    New HampshireNorth Dakota

    OklahomaPuerto Rico

    Rhode IslandSouth CarolinaSouth Dakota

    TennesseeUS Virgin Islands

    VermontWest Virginia

    Wyoming

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    University Affiliated Research Centers (UARC)

    Navy Applied Physics Laboratory University of WashingtonNavy Applied Research Laboratories University of Texas at AustinNavy Applied Research Laboratory Pennsylvania State University Navy Applied Physics Laboratory The Johns Hopkins UniversityNavy Applied Research Laboratory Univ of Hawaii at Manoa

    Army Inst for Creative Technologies University of Southern California Army Inst for Soldier Nanotechnologies Massachusetts Institute of Technology Army Inst for Advanced Technology University of Texas at AustinArmy Inst for Collaborative Biotechnologies UC Santa Barbara (annex for Network Science) Army Huntsville Research Laboratory Georgia Tech Research Institute

    MDA Space Dynamics Laboratory Utah State UniversityNSA Ctr for Advanced Study of Language University of MarylandNSA Systems Engineering Research Stevens Inst of Technology (with USC)NASA UARC at NASA Ames Univ Calif Santa Cruz

    Institutions responsible for partnering with the United States Government to solve problems of national and global significance Largely applied research, can be classifiedRecompeted at ~3-5 year intervals, but some Navy UARCs date from the 1940sExamples:

    MDA Missile Defense Agency NSA National Security AgencyIC Intelligence Community

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    MINERVA: DOD (NSF)Social and Behavioral Dimensions of National Security, Conflict, and

    Cooperation (NSCC) http://minerva.dtic.mil/funding.html

    NSF and DoD will bring together universities, research institutions, and individual scholars and will support disciplinary, interdisciplinary and collaborative projects addressing areas of strategic importance to national security policy.

    1) to develop the DoDs social and human science intellectual capital in order

    to enhance its ability to address future challenges; 2) to enhance the DoDs engagement with the social science community; and

    3) to deepen the understanding of the social and behavioral dimensions of

    national security issues.

    Included in ARO Budget URI line (6.1, for University only) for FY11 at $15M

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    Human Social Culture Behavior Modeling Program (HSCB)

    Established in 2008 by DOD to develop a science base and associated technologies for modeling human, social and cultural behavior

    Funded with 6.2 (applied research), 6.3 (advanced technology development) and 6.4 (Advanced Component Development and Prototypes) monies

    HSCB program Program Director: Capt (select) Dylan Schmorrow, USN Assistant Director for Human Systems Office of the Dept Undersecretary of Defense for S&T An Integrated Product Team (IPT) guides program execution

    www.dtic.mil/dticasd/docs/HSCB-news-summer-2009.pdf

    FY11Appl Res (6.2) $9.4MAdv Technol (6.3) 11.5

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    The DMRDP expects to allot $97M of the FY10 appropriation to fund approximately 100 intramural and extramural Applied and Advanced Technology Development Research Award applications depending on the quality and number of applications received. (W81XWH-09-DMRDP-ARATDA) Pre-Application Submission Deadline: September 25, 2009, 5:00 p.m. Eastern time Invitation to Submit an Application November 9, 2009 Application Submission Deadline: December 18, 2009, 11:59 p.m. Eastern time Scientific peer review: February 2010 Programmatic Review: April 2010

    The maximum period of performance for this award mechanism is 3 years. The maximum allowable funding per year is $750,000 in direct costs. In addition to the direct costs, indirect costs may be proposed in accordance with the institutions negotiated rate agreement.

    FY10 DMRDP Projects: Diagnosis and Treatment of Brain Injury

    Polytrauma and Blast Injury Operational Health and Performance

    Rehabilitation

    Psychological Health and Well-Being for Military Personnel and Families

    Defense Medical Research and Development Program (DMRDP)

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    Defense Medical Research and Development Program (DMRDP)

    The DMRDP expects to allot $97M of the FY10 appropriation to fund approximately 100 intramural and extramural Applied and Advanced Technology Development Research Award applications depending on the quality and number of applications received. For Basic Research (W81XWH-10-DMRDP-BRA) Pre-Application Submission Deadline: December 10, 2009 Invitation to Submit an Application January 15, 2010 Application Submission Deadline: February 17, 2010 Scientific peer review: April 2010 Programmatic Review: June 2010

    The maximum period of performance for this award mechanism is 3 years. The maximum allowable funding for entire period is $1M in direct costs. In addition to the direct costs, indirect costs may be proposed in accordance with the institutions negotiated rate agreement.

    FY10 DMRDP Projects: See following chart

  • Diagnosis and Treatment of Brain Injury Mechanisms of TBI. Far Forward Diagnosis and Treatment of TBI. Epidemiology of TBI. Polytrauma and Blast Injury Hemorrhage Control. Bone and Soft Tissue Trauma. First Response Diagnosis and Life Support. Maintain Tissue Viability. Wound Infection Prevention and Management. Antimicrobial Countermeasures. Treatment of Sensory System Traumatic Injury (Vision, Hearing, and Balance). Operational Health and Performance Operational Health and Performance. Rehabilitation Neuromusculoskeletal Injuries. Acute and Chronic Pain Management. Psychological Health and Well-Being for Military Personnel and Families Psychological Health and Well Being for Military Personnel and Families. Medical Simulation Training Systems Role of Non-Traditional Sensory Cues in Computer-Based Simulation.

    FY10 DMRDP Basic Research Projects:

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    Faculty Exchanges and Summer Facility Positions In DOD

    Navy Summer Faculty Research Program http://www.onr.navy.mil/sci_tech/3t/corporate/summfac.asp

    Navy Faculty Sabbatical Leave Program

    http://www.onr.navy.mil/sci_tech/3t/corporate/sabbat.asp

    Air Force Visiting Scientist Program

    http://www.wpafb.af.mil/library/factsheets/factsheet.asp?id=9331

    AF PRET Partnerships for Research Excellence and Transition

    http://www.wpafb.af.mil/library/factsheets/factsheet.asp?id=9328

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    DOD Young Investigator/Faculty Programs

    What: Outstanding new faculty members at institutions of higher education, to support their defense related research, and to encourage their teaching and research careers Army, AF, Navy must be US citizen / permanent resident; DARPA and DTRA have no citizenship or residency requirement Services/DTRA - received Ph.D. or equivalent degrees within the last five years DARPA tenure track assistant/associate professors within 5 years of appointment Topics must conform with agency interests

    How Much: Army - not to exceed $60K/yr for three years Air Force - $120K/yr for three years Naval - up to $170K/yr for three years, possibility of additional support for capital equipment or collaborative research with a Navy laboratory DTRA - $100K/yr for two years DARPA - $300K for up to two years

    When: Anytime for Army July 28, 2009 for the Air Force FY10 competition January 29, 2010 for Naval FY10 competition 2 November 2009 for the DTRA period 4 competition Feb 5, 2010 for the DARPA FY10 competition

    Where: See BAAs on OXR websites

    See also www.spo.berkeley.edu/Fund/newfaculty.html

  • Army Young Investigator Award BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT FOR BASIC AND APPLIED SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH FY07 FY11W911NF-07-R-0003-03, YIP information on page 62 of this document.

    Who. This program is open to resident aliens and U.S. citizens holding tenure track positions at U.S. universities and colleges who have held their graduate degrees (Ph.D. or equivalent) for fewer than five years at the time of application.

    What: Attract to Army research outstanding young university faculty members, to support their research,and to encourage their teaching and research careers.

    Strongly encourage informal discussions with the cognizant Army Research Office (ARO) technical program manager before submission of a formal proposal.

    A supporting letter from the applicant's Department Chairperson, Dean, or other official who speaks for the university regarding support for and commitment to the applicant. Strong university support for the applicant is essential. This support can include the applicant's 9-month academic salary, release time from administrative responsibilities, the purchase of equipment, support for the applicant's graduate students, waiver of indirectcosts, departmental cost sharing, start-up funding, and so on.

    How Much: YIP awards not to exceed $50,000 per year for three years

    When: Proposals may be submitted at any time.

  • Air Force Fiscal Year 2010 Young Investigator Research Program AFOSR-BAA-2009-2

    Who: The individual award will be made to a U.S. institution of higher education, industrial laboratory, or non-profit research organization where the principal investigator is employed on a full-time basis and holds a regular position.

    The principal investigator must be a U.S. citizen, national, or permanent resident who has received a Ph.D. or equivalent degrees in the last five years (on or after 1 May 2004 for the FY10 competition)

    What: foster creative basic research in science and engineering, enhance early career development of outstanding young investigators, and increase opportunities for the young investigators to recognize Air Force mission and the related challenges in science and engineering.

    Proposals addressing the research areas of interest for the Air Force Research Laboratory will be considered. The basic research areas of current interest are available on-line at the AFOSR web site: http://www.wpafb.af.mil/AFRL/afosr/

    How Much: The estimated value of each award is approximately $120K per year for three years. Exceptional proposals will be considered individually for higher funding level and/or longer duration (up to five years upon a successful review during the third year).

    In FY 2009, 39 proposals were funded totaling $12M for the three-year period. Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) plans to make approximately 30 awards for FY 2010

    When: 28 July 2009 for FY10 competition

    AF Young Investigator Award (YIP)

  • Fiscal Year 2009 ONR Young Investigator ProgramONR BAA 10-011

    Who: Principal Investigator of a proposal must be a U.S. citizen, national, or permanent resident (on the date proposals are due), holding a tenure-track or permanent faculty position at that university, who received her/his graduate degree (Ph.D. or equivalent) within the last five years (on or after 01 November 2003 for this FY09 competition).

    What: The objectives of this program are to attract outstanding faculty members of Institutions of Higher Education to the Department of the Navy's research program, to support their research, and to encourage their teaching and research careers. Applications should contact a Program Officer who is the point-of-contact for a specific technical area, to discuss their research ideas. Brief informal pre-proposals may be submitted to facilitate these discussions. Such discussions can clarify the content and breadth of the priority research areas and enhance the match between a subsequent proposal and Department of the Navy research needs.

    How Much: Proposals may request up to $170,000 per year for three (3) years. These funds may be budgeted against any reasonable costs related to the conduct of the proposed research, for example, salary for the Young Investigator, graduate student support, supplies, and operating expenses. Additional funds (beyond the basic $170,000 yearly amount) for capital equipment which enhances the Young Investigator's proposed research may be requested for the first budget period, based on the needs of the research. The basic $170,000 per year award can be supplemented through a "matching funds" enhancement available only to those receiving an ONR Young Investigator award.

    When: 29 January 2010 for the FY10 competition

    Naval Young Investigator Program

  • Basic Research for Combating Weapons of Mass Destruction (C-WMD) - Amendment 5 (September 2009)HDTRA1-08-10-BRCWMD-BAA

    Who: Non-tenured faculty who received a Ph.D. or equivalent degree on or after 15 May 2004 (for the FY10 competition). No requirement for US citizenship or permanent residency

    What: Y Topics: Proposals that focus on exploratory aspects of a unique problem, a high risk approach, or innovative research in subjects with potential for high impact to C-WMD science (page 56 of BAA) Per4-Y-1: Charge Collection and Photon Conversion for Radiation Sensing Per4-Y-2: Post-Detonation Radiological and Nuclear Forensics Per4-Y-3: Advancing Knowledge of Network Theory for Network Analysis and Response to Attacks Per4-Y-4: Self-Healing Radiation Shielding Materials Per4-Y-5: Novel Materials for Unattended Sensing to Support Future Treaties Per4-Y-6: Nanoscale Radiation Indicators Per4-Y-7: Reactive, Energetic or Biological Materials for Bio-Agent Defeat

    How Much: DTRA anticipates that Young Investigator Awards will be $100,000 per year for two years.

    When: 2 November 2009 Phase I White Paper Submission Deadline for Period 4 competition

    DEFENSE THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY (DTRA) Research and Development EnterpriseBasic and Applied Sciences Directorate

  • Research Announcement Young Faulty Award, Directors OfficeDARPA-RA-09-14 for the FY09 competition (FY10 release expected in December).

    Who: Participation is limited to untenured Assistant or Associate Professors within 6 years of appointment to a tenure-track position at a U.S. institution of higher learning. DARPA is particularly interested in identifying outstanding researchers who have previously not been performers on DARPA programs, but the program is open to all qualified applicants with innovative research ideas.The ability to obtain a U.S. security clearance is required.

    What: The YFA program will provide high-impact funding to these faculty early in their careers in order to develop their research ideas in the context of Defense needs. DARPAs long-term goal for this program is to develop the next generation of academic scientists, engineers, and mathematicians in key disciplines who will focus a significant portion of their career on Department of Defense and National Security issues.

    Single investigator proposals for research and development in physical sciences, engineering and mathematics of interest to DARPAs Microsystems Technology Office and Defense Sciences Office. Proposed research should focus on innovations that will enable revolutionary advances; high-risk/high-payoff ideas are strongly encouraged. The announcement contains detailed descriptions of the agencys interest areas.

    How much: Awards will fund two years of research for a single investigator and will be less than $300,000.

    When: Proposals were due February 16, 2009 for the FY09 competition

    Defense Advanced Projects Agency (DARPA) Young Faculty Award

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    Presidential Early Career Award Science and Engineering (PECASE)

    What: White House award to recognize some of the finest scientists and engineers who, while early in their research careers, show exceptional potential for leadership at the frontiers of scientific knowledge during the twenty-first century.

    Candidates must hold tenure-track positions at U.S. Univ. or College

    Have received their Ph.D. degree within the preceding 5 years

    Typically 2 nominees per Service (may grow in FY09)

    How Much: ~$200K/yr for five years (cost borne by OXRs)

    When: Submitted to White House in October

    Where: OXRs submit nominees from their grantees typically YIPs

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    National Security Science and Engineering Faculty Fellowship (NSSEFF) Program

    What: Provide extensive, long-term financial support to distinguished University faculty scientists/engineers to conduct unclassified, fundamental research on topics of interest to the DOD Fellowship open to S&E with earned PhD awarded in past 25 years; faculty/staff at an accredited, degree granting educational institution Fellow must be eligible to receive and maintain a final Secret security clearance Research topics aligned with Desired Capabilities S&T Investment Areas or Enabling Technologies Investment Areas or 2007 DOD Research and Engineering Strategic Plan

    How Much: ~Ten awards/yr for up to $850K/yr each for a period up to 5 years

    When (2009 call): Jun letter of intent; Jul 7 white paper; Oct 16 full proposal (by invite only)

    Where: http://nsseff.ida.org/ http://www.grants.gov. Search for AFOSR-BAA-2009-4

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    National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG in URI)

    FY11AF (for all services) $45M

    What: Fellowships for pursuit of a doctoral degree in, or closely related to, a discipline having benefit to national security Open only to applicants who are citizens or nationals of the U.S. NDSEG Fellows do not incur any military or other service obligations Funds to Fellow (who selects the University)

    How Much: Full tuition and required fees Up to $1,000 in health insurance coverage A stipend in the amount of $30,500 for the first year, $31,000 the second, and $31,500 the third

    When: Application typically due in January

    Where: American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) currently administers NDSEG

    http://ndseg.asee.org/

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    As percentage of fellows selected for given year, with respect to FY07 top numbers

    NDSEG Fellows Undergraduate Schools

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    National Defense Education Program http://www.ndep.us/

    National Defense Education Program (NDEP) Addresses identified needs and stimulates holistic approach to

    improving STEM education (i.e., the entire pipeline)

    2011 NDEP SMART scholarship/fellowship awards (~$46M) K-12 (~$18M) National Security Fellowships (NSSEFF) (~$46M)

    From Bob McGahern, OSD

    $44M appropriated in FY08 $110M PBR in FY11

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    NDEP Portfolio ComponentsUndergraduate

    Graduate

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    SMART

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    NSSEFF

    Pre-College (K-12)

    STEM Interest Potential DoD Employees

    DoDEA

    OtherGvmt

    MathContent

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    OtherOrgs

    PEP SLM

    Navy

    STARBASE Army

    AirForce

    DigitalDelivery

    Pre-engineering Partnership PEPSTEM Learning Module - SLM

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    Science, Mathematics and Research for Education SMART

    What: Scholarships to undergraduate, master's, and doctoral students who have demonstrated ability and special aptitude in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) Only to citizens and nationals of the United States (failure to obtain and maintain a security clearance grounds for dismissal from the SMART Program) Offers career opportunities to continue their research in civil service roles following graduation Tenure of a SMART Scholarship is up to the time typically required to complete degree studies How Much: Starting salary/stipend ranging from $25K for undergraduates to $41K for doctoral students. Full tuition and related education fees. Book allowance. Paid summer internships. Career opportunities after graduation.When: Mid-Dec 2009 Where: SMART Scholarship for Service Program American Society for Engineering Education ASEE Website: http://www.asee.org/fellowships/smart/

  • DOD Educa(on Resources1. AF Visiting Scientist Program http://www.wpafb.af.mi//library/factsheets/factsheet.asp ?id=93312. Awards to Stimulate and Support Undergraduate Research Experiences (ASSURE) program http://www.afosr.af.mil/ASSUREIassure_home.htm3. Defense Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (DEPSCoR) http://www.onr.navy.mil/scLtechl3t!corporate/depscor.asp4. Defense University Research Instrumentation Program (DURIP) http://www.onr.navy.mil/scLtech/3t!corporate/durip.asp5. 000 High Performance Computing Services http://www.hpcmo.hpe.mi//6. 000 STARBASE Program http://starbasedod.org/index.php7. Faculty Sabbatical Leave Program http://www.onr.navy.mil/seL teeh/3t!eorporate/sabbat. asp8. Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Minority Institutions (HBCU/MI) Future Engineering Faculty Program http://www.onr.navy.mi//seLteehl3t!eorporate/hbee.asp9. Mathematics Summer Employment Program (MSEP) http://www.nsa.gov/eareerslstudents_1.efm#msep10. Multidisciplinary Research Initiative (MURI) http://www.onr.navy.mil/seL techl3t!eorporate/muri. asp11 . National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowship https://www.asee.org/ndseg/12. The Naval High School Science Awards Program (NSAP) https://onronline.onr.navy.mi//pls/nsa/nsa.nsa13. Naval Research Enterprise Intern Program http://www.onr.navy.mil/seL techl3t!eorporate/nreip.asp

  • DOD Educa(on Resources14. Naval Research Science & Technology for America's Readiness (N-STAR) http://nstarweb.com15. Navy Postdoctoral Fellowship Program http://www.onr.navy.mil/scL tech/3t!corporate/postfe. asp16. Navy Science and Engineering Apprentice Program (SEAP) http://www.asee. org/seap/index. cfm http://www.onr.navy.mil/scL techl3t!corporate/seap. asp17. Partnerships for Research Excellence and Transition (PRET) http://www. wpafb. at. mifllibrary/factsheets/factsheet. asp ?id=932818. Presidential Early Career Award in Science & Engineering (PECASE) http://www.wpafb.at.mil/fibrary/factsheets/factsheet. asp ?id=932919. Science, Mathematics and Research for Transformation (SMART) https://www.asee.org/smart!20. Summer Faculty Fellowship Program (SFFP) http://www. wpafb. at. mifllibrary/factsheets/factsheet. asp ?id=9380 http:/www.asee. org/sffp/21 . Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS) http://www.usuhs.mil/22. U.S. Air Force National Research Council - Resident Research Associateship (USAF/NRC-RRA) Program http://www. wpafb. at. mif/fibrary/factsheets/factsheet. asp ?id=93 78 http://www7.nationa/academies. org/rap/23. U.S. Army Educational Outreach Program (USAEOP) http://www.usaeop.com

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    Suggestions on working with DOD Basic Research

    Program Officer Program Officer Program Officer

    DOD Program officers have considerable latitude at project level

    Typical subprogram budget ~ $1-2 M

    Their reputation/professional advancement tied to your success / failure

    Make contact with Program Officer before submitting a white paper or proposal

    Significantly improves chance of tailoring ideas

    First read the descriptive paragraph on the website call informed

    Plumb his/her current interest website paragraphs are likely dated

    Also ask after availability of funds resources may be fully committed

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    Suggestions on working with DOD Basic Research (cont)

    Consider a rotational assignment at DARPA/OXR Very good way to establish / cement personal relationships with other POs Also good opportunity to broaden ones vistas

    True collaborative efforts with a DOD lab can improve chances of success at an OXR DOD labs are generally well equipped and staff deficient - exploit ARL, AFRL, NRL - Army, Air Force and Navy respectively

    See Faculty Exchange and Summer Faculty programs chart

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    Suggestions on working with DOD Basic Research (cont)

    Use-inspired basic research predominates in DOD, but

    Breakthrough ideas (like nano and chaos 20 yrs ago) can be a trump card

    DOD has traditionally opened up new areas of S&E before there are peers

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    Provide new ideas for a program (to which coincidently you are competitively positioned) Program officers look for ways to grow their portfolio Participate in program defining workshops (especially with DARPA)

    Provide ideas for MURI topic(s) MURIs provide new money to POs as well as to PIs Topics first competed inside OXRs (there tends to be a fair share system) Then validated / approved by OSD

    Provide ideas for SBIR / STTR topic(s) SBIR / STTR provide a transition pathway for POs, as well as for the PIs

    Suggestions on working with DOD Basic Research

    (cont)

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    Back-up / Supplement

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    Available from the DC Res Adv Office

    FY10 DOD project growth projection

    Succinct summary (4 page) of DOD research investment opportunities

    DOD Funding Charts (~150) - available on website

    Various resources plans, workshops, presentations available on website

    To get copies of these charts, pertinent reports and other reference information go tohttp://dcresadv.usc.edu/archives/index.htmluser name: DCresadv password: Trojan1

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    CDMRP Congressional Directed Medical Research ProgramsDMRDP Directed Medical Research and Development ProgramMURI Multidiscipline University Research InitiativeHEL MRI High Energy Laser, Multidisciplinary Research Initiative GICUR Government-Industry Cosponsorship of University ResearchDURIP Defense University Research Instrumentation ProgramDTRA Defense Threat Reduction AgencyCBDP Chemical, Biological Defense ProgramHPC High Performance ComputingYIP Young Investigator ProgramPECASE Presidential Early Career Award in Science and EngineeringNDSEG National Defense Science and Engineering GraduateNDEP National Defense Education Program STTR/SBIR Small Business Technology Transfer / Small Business Innovative ResearchDEPSCOR Defense Experimental Program to Stimulate Competition

    Other S&T Programs (Beyond DRS) Acronyms

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    DoD R&D Considered Essential for:

    Fund military unique/critical technology, such as Armored vehicles - Infectious diseases Combat aircraft - Combat casualty care Missiles - Night vision Submarines - Automatic target recognition Guns and munitions - Radiation hardened electronics

    Provide military advantage and options to future warfighters

    Focus/influence private sector research on military needs

    Sponsor long term, high risk and/or breakthrough research

    Educate future scientists and engineers

    Enable smart buyers

    Hedge against technological surprise

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    DOD as part of Federal Basic and Applied Research Funding

    The American Competitiveness Initiative to grow NSF, DOE, NIST

    2009 DOD does not show adds Congress will insert in the appropriations bill

  • Federal Obliga(ons ($B) for Basic Research at Universi(es and Colleges

  • Federal Obligations ($B) for Research by Agency (NSF 10-303)

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    DOD RDT&E Taxonomy - Primer

    Science and Technology ($11.6B in FY10)

    BA1 6.1 Basic Research (TRL 0-1) greater knowledge of fundamental aspects of phenomena largely use inspired

    BA2 6.2 Appl Research (TRL 2-3) determine means by which a specific need may be met

    BA3 6.3 Adv Technol Development development / integration of hardware for field expt

    Development ($68B in FY09)

    BA4 6.4 Demonstration & Validation evaluate integrated technology in realistic environment

    BA5 6.5 Engn and Manuf Development for projects without approval for full rate production

    BA6 6.6 RDT&E Management Support program managers, ranges, test facilities,

    BA7 6.7 Operational Sys Development support of development acquisition programs or upgrades

    Congressionally Directed Medical Research

    SBIR / STTR 2.5% / 0.3% tax on R&D funding

    BA Budget ActivityRDT&E Research, Development, Test & EvaluationSBIR Small Business Innovation ResearchSTTR Small Business Technology Transfer TRL Technology Readiness Level

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    PBR09 S&T is 15.3% of RDT&E

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    DOD Percentage of the Federal Funding to Academic Research

    Discipline FY01 FY03 FY06 FY08Life Sciences 4.3 1.4 1.2 1.4Psychology 3.1 2.9 1.0 1.1Physical Sciences 9.1 7.9 11.4 11.5 Chemistry 10.7 8.7 9.9 Physics 12.8 11.0 11.1Environmental Sciences 11.5 10.4 11.6 11.0Mathematics 14.4 12.9 16.7Computer Science 37.8 28.8 20.1 20Engineering 43.4 37.1 30.0 28.9 Aeronautical 51.4 34.8 26.3 Astronautical 13.5 27.2 15.3 Chemical 9.7 10.4 9.3 Civil 5.1 7.2 8.0 Electrical 70.5 66.1 62.9 Mechanical 74.1 69.8 87.6 Metallurgy and Materials Science 43.6 42.4 34.0 Other 33.0 26.3 21.8Social Sciences 0 0 0 0.5Other Sciences 0.8 1.4 9.8 11.1 DOD Total to all fields 9.6 6.2 6.0 6.3

    From NSF Federal R&D Funding

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    Basic

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    FY09 will grow from Congressional adds in appropriations bill

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    Note: Percentages indicate approximate division of total DoN S&T annual investment in each area. Updated 22 Apr 2003

    5 20 Years . . . Present . . .

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    Navy and Marine Corps After Next

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    ~2%

    Naval Research Enterprise Technology Solutions NR-Stat Swampworks

    Requirements-Driven FNCs Transformational

    Technologies Fleet/Force

    Experimentation

    Idea Exploration Naval Unique Naval Essential

    6.16.26.3Exploitation & Deployment Discovery & Invention

    ~50% ~48%

    How we work:

    Navy (DOD) Perspective on S&T(S&T must address near-term objectives & long-term challenges)

    From Dr. Starnes Walker (ex) ONR TD

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    Defense Science and Technology

    Mission

    Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Science and Technology

    To ensure that the warfighters today and tomorrow have superior and affordable technology to support their missions and to give them revolutionary war-winning capabilities.

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    Revolutionary Advances

    Phased Array RadarNight Vision

    Adaptive Opticsand Lasers

    Stealth

    GPS

    From OSD R&D Overview, Dr. Lewis Sloter

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    Spectrum of S&T

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    Needs/Requirements

    Guidance, QDR,Combatant Commands, etc.

    Financial SupportPPBS, Comptroller Interface

    Congressional

    Joint Staff

    MAs

    Academia

    International

    1. Maturing technology for Tech Push2. Maturing technology from Requirements Pull3. Technology Readiness Assessment4. Quick Reaction Technical Support

    ACQ

    LaboratoriesFederal Agencies

    DoD Components

    Applied Research andAdvanced Technology

    Development

    Universities S&E Development Workforce Pipeline InstrumentationLaboratories Facilities Equipment Quality

    Industry

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    Other transition path, e.g., industrial demos

    From OSD R&D Overview, Dr. Lewis Sloter

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    Perceived Emerging Areas of R&D Opportunity

    From OSD R&D Overview, Dr. Lewis Sloter

    Global Trends

    Military Evolution in response to trends

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    Trends

    International Science and Technology

    Globalization

    Intellectual Capital Advantage of the US

    Pace of Technology Development

    Disruptive Technology

    Increasing Uncertainty Means U.S. Needs More Technology Options

    From OSD R&D Overview, Dr. Lewis Sloter

  • Evolution of Defense Materiel & Doctrine into the 21st Century

    Large/Heavy Platforms Large Crews Close Range Engagement Overwhelming Force Lethal Engagements Defined Battlespace Defined Lines Of Attack Defined Enemy Presence Ponderous Deployment Finite Systems Lifetimes

    Small/Light PlatformsSmall Crews/UninhabitedLong Range EngagementLimited EngagementsNonlethal EngagementsAmorphous Battlespace3-D Attack UncertaintyThreats Uncertain/VirtualImmediate DeploymentIndefinite Systems Lifetimes

    From OSD R&D Overview, Dr. Lewis Sloter

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    The Uncertain Future -- Hard Problems

    How do we protect our forces in the face of weapons proliferation - WMD, missiles, IED?

    How do we fight in cities? How do we transport our forces more rapidly? What is a proper mix of heavy vs. light forces? What type of weapons do we develop? What will be DoDs role in Homeland Security? How do we protect our information management

    systems and infrastructure?

    From OSD R&D Overview, Dr. Lewis Sloter

    WMD weapons of mass destruction

    IED improvised explosive device

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    S&T Requires Strong Partnerships

    Link to the Warfighter New Ideas, Knowledge

    High Risk, High Payoff Innovation, Transition

    Maximum NationalSecurity Payoff

    Service Labs/Centers Universities

    DARPA Industry

    Expanded Resource Base

    Interagency

    Coalition Capability

    International

    From OSD R&D Overview, Dr. Lewis Sloter

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    21st Century Technical Challengesfor Materials & Processes

    Analytical life assessment & prediction (including inspection and prognostic tools)

    Analytical alloy & materials system design Accelerated aging & realistic correlation Micro/nano-materials properties &

    characterization, especially physical and mechanical properties

    Optical/photonic materials & processes Intelligent, low volume materials processing Certification of replacement materials Zero environmental and health impact

    From OSD R&D Overview, Dr. Lewis Sloter

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    $ Protection Of The Individual Combatant - Laser Eye Protection - Personnel Armor - Exoskeletal Systems

    $ Survivability Of Military Equipment - Vehicular Armor - Low Observability - Blast Resistant Structures - Infrared Domes and Windows

    $ Improved Military Equipment - High Temperature, Durable Materials for Gas Turbine Engines - High Temperature Semiconductors

    Materials Technology Priorities

  • 174

    $ Improved Military Combat Capability - Active/Adaptive Materials & Structures - Sensor Materials - High Temperature Pavements

    $ Preservation Of Aging Assets - Condition-Based Maintenance - Nondestructive Inspection/evaluation - Corrosion Control - Fatigue Management

    Materials Technology Priorities

  • 175

    $ Acquisition Affordability Of New Equipment - Advanced Composite-fabrication Processes - Advanced Metal-fabrication Processes

    $ Environmental Quality And Impact - Metal Cleaning Processes - Low Volatile Organic and Non-Toxic Paints And Coatings - Non-toxic, Environmentally Benign Electronic Materials &

    Processes

    Materials Technology Priorities

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    Major Pervasive Research Issues/NeedsMaterials Perspective

    Tagging, Tracking, Locating Nonlethal Weapons Fuel Efficiency Advanced Energetic Materials Detection of Fissile Materials, Chemical Weapons, &

    Bio-weapons More & Lighter Weight Electrical Power Higher Energy Density Batteries Broadly Useable Logistics Fuels

    From OSD R&D Overview, Dr. Lewis Sloter

    USC DOD Fndng Mar 10 key