Secondment projects should aim to speed up or enhance the non-academic impact of EPSRC-funded research by engaging with the end-users of research outputs.
Support is flexible, with a number of different secondment formats funded (please see the attached briefing note for details). Secondment projects should either:
- work with end-users to exploit existing EPSRC-funded research outcomes, or;
- inform future EPSRC grant proposals that address end-user problems
How to apply
You are encouraged to talk to your supervisors in the first instance if you feel that an IAA secondment would help you to realise the non-academic impact of your research.
The application process is light touch: applicants should simply provide concise answers to the questions in the application form. No other attachments are required. Guidance on completing the application form is available here.
Completed application forms should be returned to firstname.lastname@example.org
The next deadline for proposals will be 4pm on Monday 3 March 2014