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CBET Overview. National Science Foundation Chemical, Bioengineering, Environmental and Transport Systems Division Judy Raper. Outline. CBET Organizational Structure CBET FY 2007 Budget Request Statistics CBET Priority Areas Funding Opportunities Typical Projects. CBET’s Role.
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CBET Overview National Science Foundation Chemical, Bioengineering, Environmental and Transport Systems Division Judy Raper

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Outline CBET Organizational Structure CBET FY 2007 Budget Request Statistics CBET Priority Areas Funding Opportunities Typical Projects

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CBET\'s Role Division of Chemical, Bioengineering, Environmental, & Transport Systems (CBET) Merger of CTS & BES on October 1, 2006 Support Research in Chemical, Bioengineering, Environmental, & Transport Systems Catalyze the converging of science, science, material science and financial science in designing exploration Support research to upgrade and ensure US national wellbeing, vitality, environment, security and riches

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Division Director Judy Raper Senior Advisor Marshall Lih Deputy Division Director Bob Wellek Chemical, Biochemical, and Biotechnology Systems Transport and Thermal Fluids Biomedical Engineering and Engineering Healthcare Environmental Engineering and Sustainability Process and Reaction Engineering Maria Burka Thermal Transport Processes Pat Phelan Research to Aid Persons With Disabilities Bob Jaeger Environmental Engineering Pat Brezonik Catalysis and Biocatalysis John Regalbuto Interfacial Processes And Thermodynamics Bob Wellek Biomedical Engineering Semahat Demir Environmental Technology Cindy Ekstein Biochemical Engineering Bruce Hamilton Particulate and Multiphase Processes Vacant Biophotonics Leon Esterowitz Energy for Sustainability Vacant Biotechnology Fred Heineken Fluid Dynamics Bill Schultz Environmental Sustainability Cindy Lee Chemical and Biological Separations Geoff Prentice Combustion, Fire, and Plasma Systems Phil Westmoreland CBET Organizational Chart

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CBET Budget FY 2006 Plan BES $52 million CTS $71 million FY 2007 Request CBET $124 million

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CBET Proposals and Awards FY 04-06

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CBET CAREER Success Rates – FY 04-06

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1179 – Environmental Technology 1401 – Catalysis and Biocatalysis 1402 – Biochemical Engineering 1403 – Process and Reaction Engineering 1406 – Thermal Transport Processes 1407 – Combustion, Fire, and Plasma Systems 1414 – Interfacial Processes and Thermodynamics 1415 – Particulate and Multiphase Processes 1417 – Chemical and Biological Separations 1440 – Environmental Engineering 1443 – Fluid Dynamics 1491 - Biotechnology 5342 – Research to Aid Persons with Disabilities 5345 – Biomedical Engineering 7236 – Biophotonics 7643 – Environmental Sustainability 7644 – Energy Sustainability CBET 2006 Success Rates 1179 1401 1402 1403 1406 1407 1414 1415 1417 1440 1443 1491 5342 5345 7236

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1179 – Environmental Technology 1401 – Catalysis and Biocatalysis 1402 – Biochemical Engineering 1403 – Process and Reaction Engineering 1406 – Thermal Transport Processes 1407 – Combustion, Fire, and Plasma Systems 1414 – Interfacial Processes and Thermodynamics 1415 – Particulate and Multiphase Processes 1417 – Chemical and Biological Separations 1440 – Environmental Engineering 1443 – Fluid Dynamics 1491 - Biotechnology 5342 – Research to Aid Persons with Disabilities 5345 – Biomedical Engineering 7236 – Biophotonics 7643 – Environmental Sustainability 7644 – Energy Sustainability Percentage of Average Awarded versus Average Requested - FY 04 1179 1401 1402 1403 1406 1407 1414 1415 1417 1440 1443 1491 5342 5345 7236

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1179 – Environmental Technology 1401 – Catalysis and Biocatalysis 1402 – Biochemical Engineering 1403 – Process and Reaction Engineering 1406 – Thermal Transport Processes 1407 – Combustion, Fire, and Plasma Systems 1414 – Interfacial Processes and Thermodynamics 1415 – Particulate and Multiphase Processes 1417 – Chemical and Biological Separations 1440 – Environmental Engineering 1443 – Fluid Dynamics 1491 - Biotechnology 5342 – Research to Aid Persons with Disabilities 5345 – Biomedical Engineering 7236 – Biophotonics 7643 – Environmental Sustainability 7644 – Energy Sustainability CBET Unsolicited Proposals FY 07 starting 10-20-06 1179 1401 1402 1403 1406 1407 1414 1415 1417 1440 1443 1491 5342 5345 7236

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CBET\'s 2007 Budget By Program 1179 – Environmental Technology 1401 – Catalysis and Biocatalysis 1402 – Biochemical Engineering 1403 – Process and Reaction Engineering 1406 – Thermal Transport Processes 1407 – Combustion, Fire, and Plasma Systems 1414 – Interfacial Processes and Thermodynamics 1415 – Particulate and Multiphase Processes 1417 – Chemical and Biological Separations 1440 – Environmental Engineering 1443 – Fluid Dynamics 1491 - Biotechnology 5342 – Research to Aid Persons with Disabilities 5345 – Biomedical Engineering 7236 – Biophotonics 7643 – Environmental Sustainability 7644 – Energy Sustainability 1179 1401 1402 1403 1406 1407 1414 1415 1417 1440 1443 1491 5342 5345 7236 7243 7244

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CBET Priority Areas FY07 Nanoscale Science & Engineering Cyberinfrastructure (CI) Energy, Environment & Sustainability Biology in Engineering Multi-scale Modeling

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CBET CAREER Success Rates FY 06 1401 1402 1403 1417 1491 1406 1407 1414 1415 1443 5342 5345 7236 1440 1179 Chemical, Biochemical, & Biotechnology Systems Transport & Thermal Fluids Phenomena Biomedical Engineering & Engineering Healthcare Environmental Engineering & Sustainability

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CBET CAREER Proposals Received FY 07 1401 1402 1403 1417 1491 1406 1407 1414 1415 1443 5342 5345 7236 1440 1179 Chemical, Biochemical, & Biotechnology Systems Transport & Thermal Fluids Phenomena Biomedical Engineering & Engineering Healthcare Environmental Engineering & Sustainability

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CBET Funding Opportunities NNI (National Nanotechnology Initiative) $29 Million for NIRT and NER $22 Million for CBET center Sensors/Explosives $5 Million EFRI (Emerging Frontiers in Research & Innovation) Support for Interdisciplinary Group Projects $25 Million Total for ENG CYBERINFRASTRUCTURE for RECONFIGURABLE SYSTEMS CELLULAR-MOLECULAR BIOENGINEERING

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NNI Emphasis in FY 2007  Reduced spending plan for NIRT and NER counterbalance by increments in center nano grants  Increased speculations will be committed to research and training on:  Complex extensive nanosystems including research on nanoscale gadgets and framework engineering, alterable and rising conduct, and creation  Three-dimensional estimations of spaces of building pertinence  Converging science, building and innovation from the nanoscale, by incorporating nanosystems into applications in assembling, data frameworks, solution, environment, and so forth

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NNI Emphasis in FY 2007 (Continued)  Increased ventures will be devoted to research and instruction on:  Joint research programs tending to potential ramifications of nanotechnology with other government offices (NIOSH, EPA FDA, USDA and NIST)  Earlier instructive projects and showing materials, including for K-12, with access to NSF instructive systems (NUE, NISE, NNIN)  Partnerships of scholastic scientists with industry, restorative offices and states through Grant Opportunities for Academic Liaison with Industry (GOALI) and Partnerships for Innovation (PFI) programs

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10-20 Year Vision  first Generation: Passive nanostructures ~ 2000 E.g., coatings, nanoparticles, nanostructured metals, polymers, earthenware production  second Generation: Active nanostructures ~ 2005 E.g., transistors, enhancers, focused on medications, actuators, versatile structures  third Generation: Systems of nanosystems ~ 2010 E.g., guided sub-atomic gathering; 3D organizing and new framework architectures, mechanical autonomy  fourth Generation: Molecular nanosystems ~ 2020 E.g., particles as gadgets/segments \'by configuration\', in light of nuclear plan, progressive developing capacities, transformative frameworks Increased coordination, framework approach Converging science and building AIChE Journal, 2004, Vol. 50 (5), MC Roco

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Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) CAREER Eligibility Applicants Must:  Hold a doctoral degree as of accommodation date  Be untenured as of accommodation date  Be utilized in a residency track (or proportionate) position as of October 1 taking after accommodation  Be utilized as an aide teacher (or comparable) as of October 1 taking after accommodation  Have not contended more than two times already in the CAREER program  Have not beforehand got a NSF CAREER or PECASE grant

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Award Criteria  Intellectual legitimacy  Importance in propelling comprehension in a field  Creativity and oddity of approach  Qualifications of specialists  Completeness of research plan  Access to assets  Broader effects  Promotion of instructing and preparing  Inclusion of underrepresented minorities  Enhancement of foundation & organizations  Dissemination of results  Benefits to society

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TYPICAL PROJECTS Chemical, Biochemical and Biotechnology Systems A Synthetic Delivery Vehicle for Gene Transfer - "bum a ride" quality conveyance nanoparticles onto engine protein buildings - change over compound vitality to mechanical work - convey nanoparticle load toward cell cores Suzie Pun, U. of Washington Bloodless Biosensing with Carbon Nanotubes - implantable narrow gadgets loaded with carbon nanotubes screen glucose levels without drawing blood for diabetes and different biosensors Michael Strano , UIUC

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TYPICAL PROJECTS Transport a

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