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The DOE Office of Science Early Career Research Program for fiscal year 2011 has just been announced. Details of the call for proposals can be found from the following links for applicants from universities and national laboratories, respectively:
General information and frequently asked questions about the DOE Early Career Research Program can be found at: http://www.science.doe.gov/SC‑2/early_career.htm
Please note that this year a pre‑application, due on August 13, 2010, is required. Based on the pre‑application, only applicants receiving notification from DOE encouraging formal applications will be allowed to submit full applications. The deadline for full applications is November 9, 2010. In addition, for this year’s program, eligibility for university applicants has been extended to untenured associate professors on the tenure track, in addition to untenured assistant professors on the tenure track. Eligibility criteria for national lab applicants are unchanged.
Please bring this opportunity to the attention of the eligible individuals in your institution and encourage them to apply.
Director, Research and Technology Division
Office of High Energy Physics
Phone 301 903 4829
Fax 301 903 2597