MSPRF National Science Foundation, USA

Posted: May 19, 2017 in Mathematics, Natural Sciences, Oct-Dec Deadline, Post Doc, USA
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MSPRF (Mathematical Sciences Postdoctoral Research Fellowships); Directorate for Mathematical & Physical Sciences, Division of Mathematical Sciences invites applications from qualified PhD holders for postdoctoral research.

The Fellow will have two alternatives for holding the fellowship:

  1. The Research Fellowship: This will provide full-time backing for any eighteen academic-year months in a three-year period, in intervals not shorter than three consecutive months;
  2. The Research Instructorship: This will provide a arrangement of full-time and half-time support over a period of three academic years, generally one academic year full-time followed by two academic years half-time. This opportunity allows the Fellow to have advantage of teaching experience during the two half-time academic years. The full-time fellowship funding will be provided during the first year but in extremely unusual circumstances.

Expected Number of Awards: 30 to 33

Expected Funding Amount: $5,000,000 subject to availability of funds

Requirements and Qualifications:

Proposals may only be submitted by the following:

  • Fellowships are awarded to individuals, and applications can be submitted directly by the applicant to the NSF. Fellows must associate with institutions or organizations (e.g., colleges and universities, government and national laboratories and facilities, privately sponsored nonprofit institutes and museums, and for-profit organizations under certain conditions).
  • Applications with international host institution attachments are eligible for support, and surplus funding from the Office of International Science and Engineering may be offered for awards with international host institutions.

Who May Serve as PI:

An individual is eligible to submit a proposal to this program if all the following conditions are met:

  • S. citizen, U.S. national, or a legally admitted permanent resident;
  • Should not hold PhD degree more than 2 years as of January 1 of the year of the award;
  • Should suggest research in an area of mathematics or statistics;
  • Should not have earlier been a chief investigator or co-principal investigator of an NSF award;
  • Should not submit a research plan reproduced in another NSF proposal;
  • Must not have formerly been offered an award by the MSPRF program;
  • Must have a doctoral degree conferred before the postdoctoral appointment start date.
Quick Overview————-
Organization National Science Foundation
Fellowship Level Postdoctoral
Country USA
Subject areas Mathematics, Statistics
Fellowship amount Varies
Eligibility Open for international researchers
Deadline  October (Yearly)
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