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China-related NSF Programs and Awards

(award examples coming soon)

Collaboration between U.S. researchers and researchers abroad can be funded in almost all new proposals to NSF or in supplements to existing NSF awards. No special solicitation is necessary, as international activities are supported throughout the NSF portfolio. However, some disciplines do maintain programs specifically designed to foster international collaboration. The programs listed below are specifically designed to foster international collaboration. NSF typically supports the costs of the U.S. team and foreign partners are typically supported by their own funding agencies.

Foreign researchers interested in collaborating with U.S. researchers should ask their U.S. counterpart to contact his or her NSF disciplinary program officer or the relevant ISE program officer to inquire about funding possibilities. ISE program officers work with disciplinary program officers to co-fund awards that involve international collaboration.

bullet Materials World Network
bullet International Collaboration in Chemistry between U.S. Investigators and their Counterparts Abroad (ICC)

NSF’s International Science and Engineering (ISE) has several additional solicitations. These programs, plus others which may be of interest, can be found on NSF ISE web site.

bullet East Asia Pacific Summer Institutes for U.S. Grad Students - Summer research experiences for graduate students in China and other locations in Asia.
bullet Partners for International Research and Educations (PIRE) - supports innovative international research and education collaborations.
bullet Developing Global Scientists and Engineers (International Research Experiences for Students (IRES) and Doctoral Dissertation Enhancement Projects (DDEP)) - international research experiences for undergraduate and graduate students.
bullet International Research and Education: Planning Visits and Workshops - developing new research collaborations.
bullet International Research Fellowship Program - support of post doctoral researchers working abroad.

For additional possibilities, check the Find Funding pages on the main NSF web site.





 

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