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7:30 p.m. - 9:20 p.m.
Monday, March 13
New Orleans Theater A
Who Should Attend?
Those interested in federal career programs related to condensed matter physics.
This session and discussion focuses on CAREER programs run by federal agencies: NSF, DOE, AFOSC, and ONR. The session will serve as a source of information to potential applicants, and to provide access to program officers involved in running the career programs related to condensed matter physics. An overview of programs, description of their scope, similarities and differences will be given. A panel discussion session will follow, with an opportunity to ask questions and discuss specific details of the programs run by different federal agencies.
CAREER Opportunities at the Condensed Matter Physics Program, NSF/DMR
Tomasz Durakiewicz, National Science Foundation
Overview of DOE Early CAREER Program
James Horwitz, Office of Science, US Department of Energy
Air Force Office of Scientific Research Young Investigators Research Program
Ellen Montgomery, Air Force Office of Scientific Research
Condensed Matter Physics at ONR — A Nanoelectronics Perspective
Chagaan Baatar, Office of Naval Research
Panel Discussion: Federally funded CAREER Programs — Status, Challenges and the Future
Panel Moderator: Paul Sokol, National Science Foundation