Computational Physics

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Computational Physics: Computational Physics (CP) supports research for computational and data-enabled science. The program emphasizes novel methods for high-performance computing, such as algorithm development and efficient use of novel architectures, that require significant code development. Priority will be given to proposals that, in addition to compelling scientific goals, have a computational advance or new enabling capability.


Computational Physics is the program through which the Physics Division participates in the Computational and Data-Enabled Science and Engineering (CDS&E) program.The computational physics program is focused on investigations relevant to disciplines supported by the Physics Division, while encouraging broader impacts on other disciplines. Disciplines within the purview of the Physics Division include: atomic, molecular, optical, plasma, elementary particle, nuclear, gravitational and biological physics, particle astrophysics, and accelerator science. Proposals with intellectual focus in areas supported by other NSF Divisions should be submitted to those divisions directly. Proposals that cross Divisional lines are welcome, but the Physics Division encourages PIs to request a co-review by naming other Divisional programs on the cover sheet. This facilitates the co-review and participation of other programs in the review process.


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Proposals to the Physics Division must be submitted through the<a href="http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=505058" target="_blank">Division of Physics: Investigator-Initiated Research Projects</a>solicitation.


The solicitation follows most of the requirements in the Grant Proposal Guide, but has additional requirements that relate primarily to proposers who anticipate having multiple sources of support, and proposals involving significant instrumentation development. The solicitation also has deadlines instead of target dates.


All proposals submitted to the Physics Division that are not governed by another solicitation (such as CAREER) should be submitted to this solicitation; otherwise they will be returned without review.
Federal Grant Title: Computational Physics
Federal Agency Name: National Science Foundation
Grant Categories: Other
Type of Opportunity: Discretionary
Funding Opportunity Number: PD-16-7244
Type of Funding: Information not provided
CFDA Numbers: 327179, 327180
CFDA Descriptions: Mathematical and Physical Sciences
Current Application Deadline: Dec 1, 2016 Computational Physics
Original Application Deadline: Dec 1, 2016 Computational Physics
Posted Date: Jul 2, 2016
Creation Date: Jul 2, 2016
Archive Date: Jan 3, 2026
Total Program Funding:
Maximum Federal Grant Award: none
Minimum Federal Grant Award: none
Expected Number of Awards:
Cost Sharing or Matching: No
Applicants Eligible for this Grant
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NSF Program Desccription PD-16-7244
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