The GSF application cycle is now open

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Submit your proposal by December 13, 2022.

MIT-Israel Zuckerman STEM Fund

Through an annual call for proposals, the fund primarily supports travel costs for exchange between a team at MIT and colleagues in universities in Israel. The newly launched MIT- Israel Zuckerman STEM Fund is open to MIT faculty from all disciplines to collaborate with Israeli faculty at one of the following Institutions: Bar-Ilan University; Ben-Gurion University of the Negev; Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Technion - Israel Institute of Technology; Tel Aviv University; University of Haifa; and the Weizmann Institute of Science. The Israeli colleague(s) must be identified and at least one MIT PhD student must be included in the proposal.

 All general MISTI Global Seed Funds criteria, application, and evaluation procedures apply.

$30,000

Priority will be given to projects that:

  • propose a balanced exchange between the MIT and Israeli participants
  • demonstrate complementarity between the MIT and Israeli teams
  • include MIT PhD students

MIT-Israel Broshy Brain and Cognitive Sciences Fund

The MIT-Israel Broshy Brain and Cognitive Sciences Fund is open to MIT faculty from all disciplines to collaborate with Israeli faculty at all universities and public research institutions in Israel. Applications are required to have a focus on brain and cognitive sciences: the mechanisms of the brain and how they give rise to the mind, in fields including cellular and molecular neuroscience, systems neuroscience, cognitive science, and computation.

 All general MISTI Global Seed Funds criteria, application, and evaluation procedures apply.

$30,000

Priority will be given to projects that:

  • propose a balanced exchange between the MIT and Israeli participants
  • demonstrate complementarity between the MIT and Israeli teams
  • involve undergraduate and graduate students

MIT-Israel Lockheed Martin Seed Fund

Through an annual call for proposals, the fund promotes the exchange between faculty and students at MIT and at universities and public research institutions in Israel.

Proposals will fit within Lockheed Martin’s Global Strategy to promote international, collaborative research focused on but not limited to:

  • Autonomy and Robotics
  • Sensor Technology and Exploitation
  • Signal Processing and Communications
  • Data Analytics
  • Materials and Manufacturing
  • Advanced Electronics
  • Human Systems Training
  • Energy and Power

 All general MISTI Global Seed Funds criteria, application, and evaluation procedures apply.

This year, special priority will be given to proposals in the following areas:

 

  • Advanced manufacturing and materials
  • Quantum information science (QIS)
    • Quantum computing
    • Quantum sensing
    • Quantum communications and cryptography
  • Sensor technologies (optical, acoustic, radar)
  • Information and communication technologies (ICT)
    • Heterogeneous communication networks
    • Application of software defined radios and cognitive radios
  • Autonomous systems and robotics
    • Human-machine and machine-machine interaction
    • UAVs (micro to mini) and UGVs
    • Integration of components
    • Swarming
    • Navigation in Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS)-denied areas
    • Efficient use of energy
  • Command and Control (C2), simulation and data science
    • Data fusion
    • Big data applications
    • Application of AI
    • High-performance computing

 

David Dolev

David Dolev, Managing Director, MIT Israel

Managing Director, Israel Seed Funds