Program Description This portfolio addresses energy needs for Air Force propulsion systems and their supporting sub-systems. The portfolio emphasizes its three foundational elements: Fundamental, Relevant, and Game-Changing: starting from establishing fundamental understanding and rate-controlling processes, focusing on Air Force interests and relevant conditions, encouraging multi-disciplinary collaborations/interactions and unconventional/innovative thinking, leading to gamechanging concepts and predictive capabilities in Air Force relevant regimes.
You are strongly encouraged to submit a pre-proposal less than four pages long by email prior to developing a full proposal. Your pre-proposal should describe the innovative nature of the proposed effort (how to advance the state of art), clearly presenting the underlying approach logic and scientific foundation for your proposed research. Researchers with promising pre-proposals will be encouraged to submit full proposals. Full proposals are evaluated based on their strength in fundamental scientific merits, relevant to Air Force needs and game-changing potential using the section E.1. Criteria.
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Program OverviewAFOSR Spring Review 2014 Presentation by Dr. Chiping Li.
Contact InformationDr. Chiping Li AFOSR/RTA-1 Email: Energy@us.af.mil