What happens after you submit your proposal - EPSRC

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How often prioritisation panels meet

We batch proposals so that there are generally around 40 to 50 considered at each prioritisation panel meeting.

Panels prioritise the following schemes:

  • Standard research
  • New Investigator Award
  • networks
  • Overseas Travel Grants
  • workshops
  • fellowships.

Information and communications technology standard panel

Meeting frequency: about eight to nine times a year.

Mathematical sciences panel

Meeting frequency: about four times a year.

Mathematical sciences small grants scheme

Meeting frequency: about four times per year.

Find out more about the mathematical sciences small grants scheme funding opportunity. 

Physical sciences panel

Meeting frequency: about six to seven times a year.

Engineering panel

Meeting frequency: about six to seven times a year.

Proposals for developing international collaborations, and for requesting access to national high-end computing services as part of a project, will be considered at the panel most appropriate for the research area.

Find details of past EPSRC panels on Grants on the Web. 

Healthcare technologies

Meting frequency: up to four times a year.

EPSRC contacts

Information and communications technology contacts.

Mathematical sciences contacts.

Physical sciences contacts.

Engineering contacts.

Healthcare technologies contacts.

Last updated: 17 August 2021

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