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. 

EPSRC contacts

Information and communications technology contacts.

Mathematical sciences contacts.

Physical sciences contacts.

Engineering contacts.

Last updated: 31 August 2022

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