Funding Opportunities: Grant Solicitations

SSERVI CAN-3

Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute Cooperative Agreement Notice (SSERVI CAN-3) invites the submission of multi-institutional team-based proposals for research as participating members of the Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute (SSERVI). A mandatory "Step-1 proposal" is due 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time October 19, 2018. See Section 4.2.1 for details regarding how a Step-1 proposal differs from an NOI. Step-2 Full proposals are Due: 11:59 PM Eastern Time on December 18, 2018. See the Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute (SSERVI) Cooperative Agreement Notice (.PDF).

ROSES-2018

 

SALMON-3 AO

The Third Stand Alone Missions of Opportunity Notice (SALMON-3 = NNH17ZDA004O) Announcement of Opportunity (AO) is an omnibus, meaning it hosts individual flight opportunities each with its own topic and due date. The Table of SALMON-3 PEA Due Dates has hypertext links to each program element appendix (PEA) in SALMON-3. The current PEAs are:
Earth Venture Instrument - 5 with mandatory NOIs due 08/01/2018 and proposals due 10/10/2018
2018 Heliophysics Technology Demonstration Mission of Opportunity with mandatory NOIs due 10/01/2018 and proposals due 11/30/2018
2018 Heliophysics Science Mission of Opportunity with mandatory NOIs due 10/01/2018 and proposals due 11/30/2018
For more information follow the hypertext links above to the NSPIRES pages for these SALMON-3 PEAs.

 

Future Solicitations


 

Community Announcements
 

NASA invites nominations for service on the Astrophysics Advisory Committee

U.S. citizens may nominate others or may submit self-nominations for consideration to fill vacancies on the Astrophysics Advisory Committee (APAC), that advises the Astrophysics Division Director. The deadline for NASA receipt of all public nominations is December 1, 2018.

U.S. citizens may nominate others or may submit self-nominations for consideration to fill vacancies on the APAC. There will be member vacancies from time to time throughout the year, and NASA will consider self-nominations to fill such intermittent vacancies. Nominees will only be contacted should a vacancy be available and it is judged that their area(s) of expertise is appropriate for that specific vacancy. NASA is committed to selecting members to serve on these committees based on their individual expertise, knowledge, experience, current/past contributions to the relevant subject area and overall diversity of the committee. NASA is committed to ensuring that the membership of the Astrophysics Advisory Committee draws from the diversity of the entire U.S. astrophysics community. All member appointments are non-compensated. However, NASA does cover travel and per diem expenses for all member appointments.

To be considered by NASA, the following information must be included as part of each nomination package: (1) A cover email with subject line, "APAC: nomination"; (2) a professional resume (one-page maximum, included as an attachment); and, (3) a professional biography (one-page maximum; included as an attachment) that includes experience and contributions relevant to NASA subject areas. All public nomination or self-nomination packages must be submitted electronically via email to NASA at apac-execsec@hq.nasa.gov; hard-copy nominations will not be accepted. Note: nomination packages that do not include the three (3) mandatory elements listed above will not receive further consideration by NASA.


 

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