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Title: DOE HBCU Program

DOE HBCU Program
  • George Seweryniak
  • DOE/SC-31 HBCU Program Manager
  • Dec 6 2004

DOE Science Mission
  • The mission of the Department of Energy's Office
    of Science is to deliverthe remarkable
    discoveries and scientific tools that transform
    our understanding of energy and matter and
    advance the national, economic, andenergy
    security of the United States.

Project Assessment Daniel Lehman
Budget and Planning Ralph De Lorenzo
Director Raymond Orbach Principal Deputy
James Decker Chief of Staff Jeffrey Salmon
Deputy for Programs James Decker
Chief Operating Officer Milton Johnson
(A) Acting
Oak Ridge Office Gerald Boyd
Laboratory Policy Infrastructure Leah Dever
Integrated Support Center
Program Direction Corporate Analysis John
Alleva (A)
Chicago Office Marvin Gunn, Jr.
Fusion Energy Sciences Anne Davies
Advanced Scientific Computing Research Ed Oliver
Information Technology Management Walter
Polansky (A)
High Energy Physics Robin Staffin
Basic Energy Sciences Patricia Dehmer
Ames Site Office Roxanne Purucker
Brookhaven Site Office Michael Holland
Princeton Site Office Jerry Faul (A)
Biological Environ. Research Aristides Patrinos
Nuclear Physics Dennis Kovar
Argonne Site Office Robert Wunderlich
Fermi Site Office Jane Monhart
Stanford Site Office John Muhlestein (A)
Science Education Workforce Development
Raymond Orbach (A)
Berkeley Site Office Richard Nolan (A)
Pacific Northwest Site Office Paul Kruger
Thomas Jefferson Site Office James Turi
August 17, 2004
Deputy for ProgramsStructure
SciDAC Michael Strayer
Deputy for Programs James Decker
(A) Acting
Advanced Scientific Computing Research Ed
Basic Energy Sciences Patricia Dehmer
Biological Environmental Research Ari
Fusion Energy Sciences Anne Davies
High Energy Physics Robin Staffin
Nuclear Physics Dennis Kovar
Science Education Workforce Development R.
Orbach (A)
Physics Research Eugene Henry (A)
Mathematical, Information, Computational Science
s M. Strayer (A)
Materials Sciences Engineering Harriet Kung
Life Sciences Marvin Frazier
Research John Willis
Physics Research Robin Staffin (A)
Small Business Research Walt Warnick (A)
Chemical Sciences, Geosciences,
Biosciences Walt Stevens
Medical Sciences Marvin Frazier (A)
ITER International Michael Roberts
Facilities Project Management Jehanne
Simon-Gillo (A)
Facilities Project Management Aesook
Byon-Wagner (A)
Scientific User Facilities Pedro Montano
Climate Change Research Jerry Elwood
Environmental Remediation Sciences Michael
Kuperberg (A)
August 17, 2004
DOE HBCU Program
  • Federal HBCU budget request for 2005 is 240 Mil.
  • DOE MICS budget request for FY2005 is 1 Mil.
    (approx 20 increase)
  • DOE MICS is committed to a strong and active HBCU
  • Projects funded in the past
  • Mathematical Numerical Studies of Nonstandard
    Difference Equation Models of Differential
  • Scientific Visualization Initiative
  • Perturbation Theory, Scattering Systems,
    Interpolation and Control
  • Enhancing High Performance Computing Research and
  • Alliance for Computational Science Collaboration
    Developing Computational Science Research and

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HBCU Grant Applications Workshop
  • How do I submit a HBCU Grant Application to DOE?
  • George Seweryniak
  • DOE/SC-31 HBCU Program Manager
  • Dec 7 2004

Grant Application Process
  • Review the DOE Office of Science, Mathematical,
    Information, and Computational Sciences (MICS)
    www site
  • http//
  • Review the DOE Grants and Contracts www site
  • http//
  • Contact the MICS HBCU program manager with an
    application abstract (1 page max.)
  • George Seweryniak
  • Submit a grant application to MICS HBCU program
    manager if appropriate
  • Office of ScienceNotice DE-FG01-05ER05-01
  • Annual NoticeContinuation of Availability of
    Grants and Cooperative Agreements
  • http//
  • 4. Advanced Scientific Computing Research (ASCR)
    area of interest
  • Must be submitted via IIPS
  • http//
  • (Spring 2005 is planned to be
  • Application is reviewed internally in MICS by
    Subject Matter Expert (SME)
  • Funding review at MICS is performed
  • Application is sent out for peer review if
  • Award or Declination notification

Elements of a good grant application
  • Addresses DOE MICS mission needs
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Computer Science
  • Network Environment Research
  • Is thoroughly thought out
  • Describe what youre going to do!
  • Include a good abstract!
  • Long histories of prior work or the field are not
    needed but you should demonstrate that you aware
    of current work!
  • Has a realistic and justifiable budget
  • Is measurable
  • Has deliverables and progress reports
  • Is properly submitted
  • Via IIPS
  • All sections are filled out correctly
  • http//
  • Has the required approvals
  • Form DOE F 4650.2

Next steps
  • Grant Application ideas?
  • Questions?
  • Lets get to writing !!!
  • I will be available for one on one questions
    until 11AM today.
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