The Ben May Grants for Theoretical and/or Computational Research
Ben May Center Funded Projects (2021)
• Reduced Models for Spatio-Temporal Transitions in Randomly Perturbed Non-Equilibrium Systems
(Prof. Ilan Koren, Dr. Michael Chekroun - Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences)
• Lower Bounds for Coulombic Systems
(Prof. Eli Pollak, Department of Chemical and Biological Physics)
• Molecular determinants for diffusion in protein condensates
(Prof. Koby Levy, Department of Structural Biology)
• Cellular shapes and dynamics driven by curved active proteins
(Prof. Nir Gov, Department of Chemical and Biological Physics)
CALL FOR PROPOSALS - CLOSED
The Ben May Center for Theory and Computation is happy to announce a new call for grant proposals for theoretical and/or computational research for 2021. Up to 3 annual grants, of $25,000 each, will be awarded. All scientific areas are included, where priority will be given to collaborative research, especially one that involves international collaborations. The grants cannot be used for purchasing computational infrastructure, but can include personal computers for personnel. Applications should be submitted on the attached form. Additional details can be found below.
Theoretical and/or computational research performed at the Faculty of Chemistry
Senior Scientists or higher rank at the Faculty of Chemistry
$25,000 per year
The deadline for this funding opportunity is ........
A decision will be reached within 1 month of the deadline.
As close as possible to notification date.
Proposals will be reviewed and ranked by a selection committee according to their scientific quality. Priority will be given to collaborative research, especially one that involves international collaborations.
Mode of application
The application should be prepared on a Ben May Center Grant form and submitted as either a Word document or a text-accessible PDF file via email to Ms. Terry Debesh email@example.com
Scientific and financial reports will be submitted by the awardees toward the end of 2021