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Division of Mathematical Sciences

Applied Mathematics

Description

Supports research in any area of mathematics except probability or statistics. Research is expected to be motivated by or have an effect on problems arising in science and engineering, although intrinsic mathematical merit is the most important factor. Areas of interest include partial differential equations that model natural phenomena or that arise from problems in science and engineering, continuum mechanics, reaction-diffusion and wave propagation, dynamical systems, asymptotic methods, numerical analysis, variational methods, control theory, optimization theory, inverse problems, mathematics of biological or geological sciences, and mathematical physics.

Due Dates

Proposals must be submitted by the following date(s):

    None Specified.

The target date for proposals submitted to the Applied Mathematics program, with the exception of the Mathematical Biology subprogram, is the second Tuesday in November each year. The target date for proposals submitted to the Applied Mathematics Mathematical Biology subprogram is the first week of January each year. Unless otherwise stated in announcements or solicitations, proposals received shortly after these target dates will be reviewed if possible.

Primary Program Contact

Henry A. Warchall
Program Director
Rm. 1025 N
Phone: (703) 292-4861,
Fax: (703) 292-9032,
Email: hwarchal@nsf.gov

Eligibility Information

Standard eligibility criteria as defined in the Grant Proposal Guide apply to this program. There are no additional limitations.

Award Information

Estimated program budget, number of awards and average award size/duration are subject to the availability of funds.

Proposal Preparation Instructions

  • Full proposals: Standard Preparation Guidelines
    • Standard GPG Guidelines apply.

Budgetary Information

This program adheres to the budget definition and preparation instructions described in the Grant Proposal Guide and has no additional requirements or limitations.

Cost Sharing is not required.

Proposal Review Information

  • Merit Review Criteria: National Science Board approved criteria apply.

Award Administration Information

  • Award Conditions: Standard NSF award conditions apply.
  • Reporting Requirements: Standard NSF reporting requirements apply.

Related Information

Programs:

  • Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program
  • Collaboration in Mathematical Geosciences
  • Collaborative Research in Computational Neuroscience
  • Computational Mathematics
  • Information Technology Research
  • INTERDISCIPLINARY GRANTS IN THE MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES
  • Joint DMS/NIGMS Initiative to Support Research in the Area of Mathemat ...
  • Major Research Instrumentation Program
  • Quantum and Biologically Inspired Computing
  • Research Experiences for Undergraduates
  • Research in Undergraduate Institutions
  • Scientific Computing Research Environments for the Mathematical Scienc ...
  • Scientific Computing Research Environments for the Mathematical Scienc ...
  • University-Industry Cooperative Research Programs in the Mathematical

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