Taiwan’s Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) and the US Air Force’s Asian Office of Aerospace Research & Development (AOARD) announce the solicitation for a three-year program entitled “Topological and Nanostructured Materials Synthesis and Discovery.”
The US Air Force-Taiwan Nanoscience Program is one of the Air Force Office of Scientific Research’s (AFOSR) International Research Initiatives. This international program is focused on shaping the direction and advancing the state-of-the-art in nanoscience research. Starting in 2002, grants were provided to Taiwanese investigators to focus on basic research in specific nanoscience areas of interest as described by program managers at AFOSR or at the Air Force Research Lab (AFRL). In 2011 the program evolved to become a collaborative effort in research submission and funding where a US and a Taiwanese investigator jointly submitted a research proposal for consideration. In order to continue to provide opportunities for scientists and engineers in both countries to collaborate in these emerging technology areas and to leverage their intellectual resources, MOST and AFOSR are offering a new program dedicated to Topological and Nanostructured Materials Synthesis and Discovery.
Call for Proposals Link (Taiwan):https://www.most.gov.tw/nat/ch/detail/dcc77560-2a9c-44d1-b306-3a4ed5cf2326
Call for Proposals Document (English):https://community.apan.org/wg/afosr/m/afosr/350223
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