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The UCF Office of Research and the Provost’s Office sponsor the SEED Grant Program directed at promoting competitiveness in attracting external funding and enhancing the visibility and recognition of our faculty members. This program has two primary funding paths, one allows UCF researchers (PIs) to initiate new high risk, high reward activities and to collect data needed for submission of external grant funding applications appropriate to their discipline. In addition, funding was provided to pave the way for interdisciplinary research groups to compete for external center-like funding, encouraging new or expanding teams to engage in convergence activities. Program awardees will present about their work during the Forum.
Faculty from College of Engineering and Computer Science, CREOL, Nanoscience Technology Center and College of Sciences will present about their research in the areas of optics, sensors, quantum science and energy. View full agenda here: https://bit.ly/3s8mdxl