The goals of the Nancy Grace Roman Technology Fellowship in Astrophysics (typically referred to as the Roman Technology Fellowship) program are to give early career researchers the opportunity to develop the skills necessary to lead astrophysics flight instrumentation development projects and become principal investigators (PIs) of future astrophysics missions; to develop innovative technologies that have the potential to enable major scientific breakthroughs; and to foster new talent by putting early-career instrument builders on a trajectory towards long-term positions.
Proposals for the Roman Technology Fellowship are solicited through both the Astrophysics Research and Analysis (APRA) and Strategic Astrophysics Technology (SAT) program elements of the Research Opportunities in Space and Earth Sciences (ROSES) solicitation. Proposals for Fellowship funds may now be submitted by RTF fellows at any time within two years from the date the RTF-related APRA proposal is selected. Information regarding ROSES and the Roman Technology Fellowship solicitation can be found on the NSPIRES web site.
No Solicitation in 2019
No Solicitation in 2013