NSF Funding Opportunity: Interfacial Engineering

The National Science Foundation announces funding through program PD-20-1417 for the Interfacial Engineering program is part of the Chemical Process Systems cluster, which also includes: 1) the Catalysis program; 2) the Electrochemical Systems program; and 3) the Process Systems, Reaction Engineering, and Molecular Thermodynamics program.

The goal of the Interfacial Engineering program is to support fundamental research on atomic- and molecular-scale interfacial phenomena and engineering of interfacial properties, processes, and materials. Fundamental understanding of the thermodynamic, kinetic, and transport properties of interfacial systems underpins improvements in chemical process efficiency and resource utilization. As such, proposed research should have a clear vision for how the results will translate to practice in or otherwise advance industrial chemical or biochemical processes. The program encourages proposals that present new approaches to long-standing challenges or address emerging research areas and technologies. Collaborative and interdisciplinary proposals are also encouraged, particularly those that involve a combination of experiment with theory or modeling.

There is no specific deadline for this proposal.  However all proposals must be completed and submitted to OSRP at least two business days prior to the deadline you have listed in our routing sheet system.  If you should have any questions, please contact OSRP. If you are interesting in applying for this funding opportunity, please start a routing sheet as soon as possible.