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Bioengineering and the National Science Foundation. National Science Foundation ENG/CBET Program Director Cindy M. Lee June 14, 2007. NSF Organizational Structure. $41. Office of the Director. OISE. $182. OCI. $438. Polar Programs. Directorate for Biological Sciences.

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Bioengineering and the national science foundation

Bioengineering and the National Science Foundation

National Science Foundation

ENG/CBET Program Director

Cindy M. Lee

June 14, 2007


Nsf organizational structure
NSF Organizational Structure

$41

Office of the Director

OISE

$182

OCI

$438

Polar Programs

Directorate for

Biological Sciences

Directorate for

Geosciences

$608

$745

Directorate for

Computer and Information

Sciences and Engineering

Directorate for

Mathematical and

Physical Sciences

$1150

$527

Directorate for

Education and

Human Resources

Directorate for

Social, Behavioral

And Economic Sciences

$816

$214

Directorate for

Engineering

$629

(incl. $109 for SBIR/STTR)

Total FY 2007 budget request

in millions


Nsf wide investment areas proposed for fy 08
NSF-wide Investment Areas(Proposed for FY 08)

  • Climate Change Science Program

  • Cyberinfrastructure*

  • Cyber-enabled Discovery & Innovation*

  • Human and Social Dynamics

  • National Nanotechnology Initiative*

  • Networking Information Technology R&D*


Engineering virtual organizations
Engineering Virtual Organizations

  • Engineering Directorate

  • Geographically separated units brought together by a research theme, idea, or concept

  • Two year seed grants

  • $100,000 to $200,000

  • Solicitation 07-558

  • July 3, 2007


Interagency programs
Interagency Programs

  • Bioengineering Approaches to Energy Balance and Obesity (NIH/NSF) (RFA-HL-07-007)

  • Collaborative Research in Computational Neuroscience (NSF/NIH)

  • NIH-NSF Bioengineering and Bioinformatics Summer Institutes (BBSI)


Interagency programs1
Interagency Programs

  • Joint DMS/BIO/NIGMS Initiative to Support Research in the Area of Mathematical Biology

  • DDAS: Dynamic Data Driven Applications Systems (NIH, NSF)

  • Interagency Opportunities in Multi-Scale Modeling in Biomedical, Biological, and Behavioral Systems (NSF, NIH, NASA, DOE)

  • Multi-Agency Tissue Engineering Science (DOD, USDA, CMS, DOE, NSF, NIH, NASA, FDA, NIST)


Directorate for engineering fy 2007
Directorate for EngineeringFY 2007

Office of the Assistant Director

Deputy Assistant Director

Program Director for Diversity &Outreach

Emerging Frontiers in

Research and Innovation

(EFRI)

Senior Advisor

Nanotechnology

Engineering

Education and

Centers

(EEC)

Civil,

Mechanical, and

Manufacturing

Innovation

(CMMI)

Chemical,

Bioengineering,

Environmental,

And Transport

Systems

(CBET)

Electrical,

Communications

and Cyber

Systems

(ECCS)

Industrial

Innovation and

Partnerships

(IIP)


Emerging frontiers in research innovation efri
Emerging Frontiers in Research & Innovation (EFRI)

  • Topics (FY 08)

    • Cognitive Optimization and Prediction Through Reverse Engineering

    • Resilient and Sustainable Infrastructures

  • Details

    • Solicitation will be released mid summer

    • LOI (September, Fall 2007)

    • Preproposals (October, Fall 2007)

    • Invited full proposals (April, Spring 2008)

    • $500K/year (4 years)

    • One PI and 2 co-PIs (3 different disciplines)


Chemical bioengineering environmental and transport systems
Chemical, Bioengineering, Environmental, and Transport Systems

Deputy Division Director

Bob Wellek

Division Director

Judy Raper

Senior Advisor

Marshall Lih

Chemical,

Biochemical, and

Biotechnology

Systems

Transport and

Thermal Fluids

Biomedical

Engineering and

Engineering

Healthcare

Environmental

Engineering and

Sustainability

Process and

Reaction Engineering

Maria Burka

Thermal

Transport Processes

Pat Phelan

Research to Aid

Persons

With Disabilities

Bob Jaeger

Environmental

Engineering

Pat Brezonik

Catalysis and

Biocatalysis

John Regalbuto

Interfacial Processes

And Thermodynamics

Bob Wellek

Environmental

Technology

Cindy Ekstein

Biomedical

Engineering

Semahat Demir

Biochemical

Engineering

Bruce Hamilton

Particulate and

Multiphase Processes

Vacant

Energy for

Sustainability

Rose Wesson

Biophotonics

Leon Esterowitz

Biotechnology

Fred Heineken

Fluid Dynamics

Bill Schultz

Environmental

Sustainability

Cindy Lee

Chemical and

Biological Separations

Geoff Prentice

Combustion, Fire, and

Plasma Systems

Phil Westmoreland


Civil mechanical and manufacturing innovation
Civil, Mechanical, and Manufacturing Innovation

Division Director

Adnan Akay

Deputy Director

George Hazelrigg

Engineering

Infrastructure

Systems

Innovation Sciences

and Decision

Engineering

Materials

Transformation

and Mechanics

Geoenvironmental and

Geohazard Mitigation

Richard Fragaszy

Control Systems

Vacant

Dynamic Systems

Eduardo Misawa

Information Technology

And Infrastructure Systems

Edward Jaselskis

Geomechanics and

Geotechnical Systems

Richard Fragaszy

Engineering Design

Judy Vance

Infrastructure

Systems Management

and Hazard Response

Vacant

Infrastructure Material

And Structural Mechanics

Perumalsamy Balaguru

Manufacturing

Enterprise Systems

Abhi Deshmukh

Materials Processing

and Manufacturing

Mary L. Realff

Manufacturing Machines

and Equipment

George Hazelrigg

Operations Research

Stephen Nash

Mechanics and

Structures of Materials

Ken Chong

Service Enterprise

Engineering

Matthew Realff

Network for Earthquake

Engineering Simulation

Research

Joy Pauschke

Nano/Bio Mechanics

Jimmy Hsia

Sensor Innovation

and Systems

Shih Chi Liu

Structural Systems

and Hazard Mitigation

of Structures

Douglas Foutch

NanoManufacturing

Haris Doumanidis


Award grant types
Award (Grant) Types

  • Individual Investigator Initiated Awards

  • CAREER Awards

  • Center Awards

  • SBIR/STTR awards

  • GOALI awards

  • SGER awards

  • Supplements

  • Workshops, conferences


Biomedical engineering program eng cbet

Biomedical Engineering Program ( ENG / CBET )

Semahat Demir, Ph.D.

[email protected]

Program Director

Biomedical Engineering

Division of Chemical, Bioengineering, Environmental and Transport Systems (CBET)

National Science Foundation


The focus of the bme program
The Focus of the BME Program

Biomedical Engineering Program supports research that applies engineering principles to problems in biology and medicine while advancing the engineering knowledge base. 

The projects can have diagnosis or treatment-related goals in the long term. The BME program does not support clinical studies.


The bme unsolicited projects emphasize
The BME unsolicited projects emphasize

  • High impact transforming technologies

  • New methods, models and tools of understanding and controlling living systems

  • Fundamental improvements in deriving information from cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems

  • Innovative approaches to the design of structures and materials for eventual medical use

  • Novel methods of reducing health care costs through new technologies


Biotechnology program eng cbet

Biotechnology Program ( ENG / CBET )

Fred Heineken, Ph.D.

[email protected]

Program Director

Biotechnology

Division of Chemical, Bioengineering, Environmental and Transport Systems (CBET)

National Science Foundation


Biochemical engineering biotechnology
Biochemical Engineering/Biotechnology

  • Upstream processing

  • Downstream processing

  • Bioprocess modeling, monitoring, control and optimization

  • Metabolic engineering

  • Quantitative systems biotechnology (QSB)

  • Tissue engineering

  • Nanobiotechnology

  • Food engineering


Biochemical engineering biotechnology1
Biochemical Engineering/Biotechnology

  • Biochemical Engineering focuses on single investigator applications

  • Biotechnology welcomes single investigator as well as multidisciplinary and group proposals


Research to assist persons with disabilities program eng cbet

Research to Assist Persons with Disabilities Program ( ENG / CBET )

Robert J. Jaeger, Ph.D.

[email protected]

Program Director

RAPD Program

Division of Chemical, Bioengineering, Environmental and Transport Systems (CBET)

National Science Foundation


Rapd research areas
RAPD Research Areas

  • Development of technologies for new and improved devices or software for persons with disabilities

  • Characterization, restoration, and/or substitution of human function

  • Emphasis is placed on significant advancement of fundamental engineering knowledge and not on incremental improvements


Rapd undergraduate design project
RAPD Undergraduate Design Project

  • The primary goal of this thrust is to provide a meaningful design experience for the engineering student who will work with a specific disabled individual to design a prototype "custom-designed" device or software.

  • Each PI is expected to implement a high percentage of projects each year. It is also expected that the projects will contain appropriate levels of quantitative engineering analysis.

  • The proposal must include a short description

    of ten possible design projects. These

    projects should be suitable for an

    undergraduate student, or a small team

    of students, to complete in about one year.


Biophotonics program eng cbet

Biophotonics Program ( ENG / CBET )

Leon Esterowitz, Ph.D.

[email protected]

Program Director

Biophotonics Program

Division of Chemical, Bioengineering, Environmental and Transport Systems (CBET)

National Science Foundation


Biophotonics
Biophotonics

  • Exploit the power of photonics for biomedical engineering

    • Sensing

    • Imaging

    • Monitoring


General information
General Information

Unsolicited Proposal Submission Dates

August 15 to September 15, 2007

February 1 to March 1, 2008

CAREER Proposal Submission Date

July 18, 2007

Workshop, Conference, SGER, REU, RET Proposals

Call Program Director to discuss before applying


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