The program's goal is to support computational research across the campus and professional schools. This program seeks to fund both the development of novel computational techniques as well as the application of computational methods to problems in the Sciences, Social Sciences, Humanities, and the Arts.
The focus of all proposals must be consistent with the mission of the Institute and/or directly related to current activities or programs of the Institute. Preference goes to funding for seeding new work (with keen attention paid to its potential and “risk-reward” ratio), but funding is also available to assist continuation of on-going research. In the latter case, the proposal must show current funding, focus and purpose of research, indicate why additional funding is being sought and expected outcome. Funds can also be used to hire student research assistants, to develop new programs or specific courses or develop or purchase specific teaching aid(s) or material(s).
Awards are for one year and are of two types:
(a) There will be one award of up to $40,000
(b) There will be a number of awards of up to $25,000
Each application should include:
Grants size and duration: The expectation is that awards will be spent out within one year unless an extension is requested in writing and granted by the Institute Director. The Institute reserves the right to make no awards if it is deemed no proposals meet the Fellowships Working Group’s opinion of appropriateness.
Focus of submissions: The focus of all proposals must be consistent with the mission of the Institute and/or directly related to current activities or programs of the Institute. Funding may be used to: seed new, or assist continuation of on-going research including travel and supplies (on-going research must show current funding, focus and purpose of research, why additional funding is being sought and expected outcome); hire student research assistant; develop new program or specific course; develop or purchase specific teaching aid(s) or material(s).
Eligibility: Grants are open to all Dartmouth faculty, of any rank, including the undergraduate, graduate and the professional schools. Collaborators may be from Dartmouth or outside the campus and may include undergraduate and graduate students, junior faculty and independent scholars. Funds may not be used for PI salary. Preference may be given to faculty who have not received funding from any other Dartmouth source within the past three (3) years.
Budget Responsibility: PI is responsible for budget and account oversight and all activities must conform to approved budget unless variance is requested and approved in writing; overages will be sole responsibility of the PI and not the institute; any unused funds will revert to the Institute.
Account management: PI has sole responsibility but must be coordinated through the Institute including notification of all expenditures and documentation/receipts for same must be provided to the Institute.
Grant completion: Grant will be considered complete and eligibility for future possible funding is contingent upon all of the following:
Last Updated: 3/6/14