Division of Electrical, Communications and Cyber Systems
Electronics, Photonics and Magnetic Devices (EPMD)
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Apply to PD 16-1517 as follows:
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A revised version of the NSF Proposal & Award Policies & Procedures Guide (PAPPG) (NSF 18-1), is effective for proposals submitted, or due, on or after January 29, 2018. Please be advised that, depending on the specified due date, the guidelines contained in NSF 18-1 may apply to proposals submitted in response to this funding opportunity.
Full Proposal Window
October 1, 2018 - November 1, 2018
October 1 - November 1, Annually Thereafter
ECCS Submission Window
Supplement Deadline Date
April 2, 2018
April 1, Annually Thereafter
ECCS REU/RET Supplements
Please read ECCS Proposal Window and Submission Information for further details and exceptions regarding full proposal submissions to the Division.
The Division deadline for Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) and Research Experience for Teachers (RET) Supplements is April 1st unless this date occurs on a federal holiday or weekend. Please note: The ECCS Division has established an $8,000.00 REU limit per student. Please contact your Program Director for further details.
The Electronics, Photonics, and Magnetic Devices (EPMD) Program seeks to improve the fundamental understanding of devices and components based on the principles of micro- and nano-electronics, optics and photonics, optoelectronics, magnetics, electromechanics, electromagnetics, and related physical phenomena. The Electronics & Magnetic Devices component of EPMD enables discovery and innovation advancing the frontiers of nanoelectronics, spin electronics, molecular and organic electronics, bioelectronics, biomagnetics, non-silicon electronics, and flexible electronics. It also addresses advances in energy-efficient electronics, sensors, low-noise, power electronics, and mixed signal devices. The Optic & Photonic Devices component of EPMD supports research and engineering efforts leading to significant advances in novel optical sources and photodetectors, optical communication devices, photonic integrated circuits, single-photon quantum devices, and nanophotonics. It also addresses novel optical imaging and sensing applications and solar cell photovoltaics.
EPMD further supports topics in quantum devices and novel electromagnetic materials-based device solutions from DC to high-frequency, millimeter-wave and THz, monolithic integrated circuits built with them, and electromagnetic effects, components needed for communications, telemedicine, and other wireless applications. Wide bandgap semiconductor devices, device design, processing and characterization, as well as metamaterial and plasmonic based devices are of interest. Novel electronic, photonic and magnetic devices with organic, inorganic or hybrid materials on conformable or transparent substrates are also of interest, as are carbon-based and emerging 2D atomic-layered materials for electronic, photonic, magnetic, energy harvesting and other related device application areas. Interest also extends to novel ideas for next generation memory devices.
The program supports cooperative efforts with the semiconductor industry on new nanoelectronics concepts beyond the scaling limits of silicon technology. EPMD additionally emphasizes emerging areas of diagnostic, wearable and implantable devices, and supports manipulation and real-time measurement with nanoscale precision through new approaches to imaging and metrology.
Proposals for the EPMD program may involve collaborative research to capture the breadth of expertise needed for such multidisciplinary integrative activities. ECCS will consider supporting a limited number of small team proposals of three or more investigators from different disciplines and/or universities.
Areas of interest include:
- Bioelectronic and Biomagnetic Devices
- Magnetics, Spin Electronics and Quantum Devices
- Sensor Device Technologies
- Next Generation Memories
- Microwave/mm-Wave/THz Devices & Components, Electromagnetic Effects and Components based on them
- Nanoelectronics & Next Generation Devices, Semiconductor Material - Device Interaction and Reliability
- Wide-bandgap Semiconductors and Devices, Circuits, Device/Circuit Simulation & Modeling
- Electromagnetic Propagation and Scattering
- Metamaterial and Plasmonic-Based Devices & Components
- Flexible, Printed and Organic Electronics & Photonics
- Carbon-based Electronics
- Beyond Graphene 2D Materials and Devices
- Nano-electronics and Energy-Efficient Electronics
- Solar Cells & Photovoltaic Components
Optic & Photonic Devices Group (Mahmoud Fallahi, Dominique Dagenais & John Zavada)
- Nanophotonics, Metamaterials & Plasmonics
- Advanced Optical Sources & Photo-detectors
- Nonlinear & Ultrafast Photonics
- Photonics Integrated Circuits
- Optical Communication Components
- Single-photon and Quantum Devices
- Optical Imaging & Sensing