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SiD Workshop. The EPP (Elementary Particle Physics) Team M. Goldberg, D. Lissauer, M. Pripstein J. Reidy, J. Whitmore, J. Kotcher, S. Meador, F. Cooper. SLAC, March 2-4 ,2009. P5 Panel Report. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • **D. Lissauer, NSF/EPP SiD WorkshopThe EPP (Elementary Particle Physics) Team

    M. Goldberg, D. Lissauer, M. PripsteinJ. Reidy, J. Whitmore, J. Kotcher, S. Meador, F. CooperSLAC, March 2-4 ,2009

    D. Lissauer, NSF/EPP

  • **D. Lissauer, NSF/EPP P5 Panel ReportThe panel recommends for the near future a broad accelerator R&D program for lepton colliders that includes continued R&D on ILC at roughly the proposed FY2009 level in support of the international effort. This will allow a significant role for the US in the ILC wherever it is built. The panel also recommends R&D for alternative accelerator technologies, to permit an informed choice when the lepton collider energy is established.

    NSF EPP (with DOE/OHEP) is providing support for high priority lepton collider damping ring R&DCESR TA

    The panel also recommends an R&D program for detector technologies to support a major US role in preparing for physics at a lepton collider.

    D. Lissauer, NSF/EPP

  • **D. Lissauer, NSF/EPP ILC Detector R&D DOE/OHEP and NSF are planning to execute the ILC Detector R&D following the example of the successful joint R&D done for the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) experiments.

    We encourage that proposals be organized by detector collaborations, and that each of the LOIs collaborations prepare a common and coherent R&D proposal.

    The proposals will be jointly reviewed by OHEP and NSF. The results of the reviews will be used to set the funding priorities.

    Where appropriate, the support for ILC detectors R&D follows the LHC model. This means a joint university and laboratory leadership and oversight for the activities.

    For NSF proposals we encourage you to consult the NSF Grant Proposal Guide of Jan 08: http://www.nsf.gov/publications/pub_summ.jsp?ods_key=gpg

    D. Lissauer, NSF/EPP

  • **D. Lissauer, NSF/EPP ILC Detector R&DThe body of the proposal and the people/Institutions involved should be the same for both agencies.

    The Collaborative Proposal is one in which investigators from two or more organizations wish to collaborate on a unified research project. Collaborative proposals may be submitted to DOE & NSF as a single focused proposal, in which a single award is being requested (with sub-awards administered by the lead organization). A collaborative proposal must clearly describe the roles to be played by each organization, specify the managerial arrangements, and explain the advantages of the multi-organizational effort within the project description.

    The Principle investigator bears primary responsibility for the administration of the grant and discussions with OHEP and NSF, and, at the discretion of the organizations involved, investigators from any of the participating organizations may be designated as co-PIs. By submission of the proposal, the organization has determined that the proposed activity is administratively manageable.

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  • **D. Lissauer, NSF/EPP ILC Detector R&D

    Thus, each proposal is expected to have at least one PI from a University (NSF requirement). Alternatively the proposal can have two Co-Pis. (A University and a National Lab. Co-PIs)

    Priority list for the R&D to be supplies by the LOI leadership.

    The proposals will be reviewed by a Panel appointed by OHEP and NSF. The panel will set the priorities for the R&D that needs to be performed. Note that the panel may give different priorities to the different R&D elements in each of the proposals.

    This structure should allow for better and stronger management, for better understanding of the costs and schedules, and for more efficient reviews. This structure will naturally lead to prioritized detector activities within the collaborations, and minimize duplication. It allows for accountability, starting now. It allows for some flexibility by allowing for the shifting of funds among detector components as needed. In short, it is a step to projectizing R&D. Funding in the out-years will be subject to agency review, regular status reports by the PIs.

    D. Lissauer, NSF/EPP

  • **D. Lissauer, NSF/EPP Collaborative Proposal

    A collaborative proposal is a multi-institutional collaboration working on a unified research project. Collaborative proposals may be submitted to NSF: a single proposal, in which a single award is being requested (with sub-awards administered by the lead organization). This is preferred. by simultaneous submission of proposals from different organizations, with each organization requesting a separate award. In either case, the lead organizations proposal must contain all of the requisite sections as a single package to be provided to reviewers. All collaborative proposals must clearly describe the roles to be played by all the organizations, specify the managerial arrangements, and explain the advantages of the multi-organizational effort within the project description. PIs are strongly encouraged to contact the cognizant NSF Program Officer prior to submission of a collaborative proposal.

    D. Lissauer, NSF/EPP

  • **D. Lissauer, NSF/EPP Collaborative Proposal

    Submission of a collaborative proposal from one organization

    A single investigator bears primary responsibility for the administration of the grant and discussions with NSF, and, at the discretion of the organizations involved, investigators from any of the participating organizations may be designated as co-PIs.

    Please note, however, that if awarded, a single award would be made to the submitting organization, with any collaborators listed as sub-awards.

    By submission of the proposal, the organization has determined that the proposed activity is administratively manageable. NSF may request a revised proposal, however, if it considers that the project is so complex that it will be too difficult to review or administer as presented. (See GPG Chapter II.C.2.g.(vi)(e) for additional instructions on preparation of this type of proposal.)

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  • **D. Lissauer, NSF/EPP Often Asked Questions:1. Which National Lab. do you expect the Lab PIs to come from?The PI is expected to come from any of the DOE Labs but most probably from one of the following:FNAL, SLAC,BNL, LBNL ,Argonne, LNNL, Los-Alamos, TJNAF.

    2. Is the funding strictly for university groups?The NSF is expected to fund strictly Univ. groups.The DOE funds can be used for either Labs and or Univ.

    3. LoI-based proposal submission: Is there a preference or wish that the proposal be submitted through a university institution or national lab?The proposals to the NSF should have a Univ. PI (Or Co-PI) and be in the correct format. The proposals however will be reviewed jointly. Thus each proposal is expected to have at lease one PI from a University (NSF requirement). Alternatively the proposal can have two Co-Pis. (A PI from a University and the Co PI could be from a National Lab.)

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  • **D. Lissauer, NSF/EPP Often Asked Questions:4. When might it become clear whether funding will be available?Both agencies are hopeful that funds will be available in FY 09. The availability of funds will depend on the budget situation and the results of the review process.We expect the Budget situation to clarify by April/May and that the review process will be completed soon after that.

    5. What is the time-lines for receiving the partial awards? (Particularly for universities, funding) Summer will be tight but not out of the question. (See Ans. Above).

    6. What is the expected range of funding for the Detector related R&D? Is 300k$ - 2M$ a range for FY09 funding?Yes. (Total for all the ILC R&C) The exact amount will depend on the Budget situation and the results of the reviews.

    D. Lissauer, NSF/EPP

  • **D. Lissauer, NSF/EPP Base + Allied Funding - $M (NSF)*

    FY03FY04FY05FY06FY07FY08BaseEPP25.3119.7518.1919.0318.9120.45PNA+IceCube Ops11.712.6814.6915.8516.3317.33CESR 19.491816.6214.6214.7113.71LHC OPS3.08710.5113.651818Accel + ILC Det R&D)+TA0.290.340.781.552.169.72RSVP06.002.650.99DUSEL6.006.96EPP+Astro/Cosmo Thy12.079.2310.0510.8211.8211.68Total Base71.937373.576.2487.9497.85EPP Allied FundingMRI1.700.751.661.050.77PFC45.025.565.775.93OCI/CISE6.36.55.653.631.61PIF/OMA/ESIE/OISE0.70.290.553.724.45Total Allied12.711.8112.5114.7813.05Overall Total84.6384.8186.0191.02101MREFCLHC construction9.69IceCube24.5441.7547.6249.8528.65* * 22.38

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  • **D. Lissauer, NSF/EPP FY 09 The FY 2009 Omnibus Appropriations Bill that was released Monday following an agreement by House and Senate appropriators give the NSF 5.9% budget increase.

    EPP will stay well aligned with P5 Advice

    Our review process (with OHEP):Expect to convene a review Panel for all ILC related proposals. We will than blend the advice with fiscal realities.

    CESR TA is funded for FY 09.

    Detector R&D for Lepton Collider should continue.

    Also see NSF Major Research Instrumentation Program(MRI) solicitation.

    D. Lissauer, NSF/EPP

  • **D. Lissauer, NSF/EPP Future Plans

    EPP hopes to get significant amount of stimulus money. The money that will arrive will be used to fund mainly approved and ongoing projects that are ready to spend money now and reduce future obligations.

    Will need to avoid taking on new long term obligations.

    D. Lissauer, NSF/EPP

  • **D. Lissauer, NSF/EPP BACKUP

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  • **D. Lissauer, NSF/EPP EPP+PNA Funding Distribution FY07*

    $MEPP 18.91PNA16.08IceCube Ops0.25DUSEL6.00Theory11.82Accel & Det R&D2.16CESR14.71LHC Ops18.00Allied Funding13.05Total100.99

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    Chart3

    18.912574

    16.079996

    0.25

    6

    11.82313

    2.16

    14.71

    18

    13.052777

    FY05 Approx Bkdn

    Experiment($k)

    Tevatron5,319

    LHC5,697

    Neutrino2,128

    DESY/CERN1,368

    BNL/TJNAL1,230

    CLEO (not Cornell)1,474

    SLAC504

    Base Detail 04-06

    EPP Base ($M)2004200520062007

    1221EPP Univ$19.75$18.19$19.03$21.07

    1222CESR$18.00$16.62$14.62

    1223LHC ops$7.00$10.51$13.37

    7407RSVP$6.00$2.65$0.99

    7282Accel (APPI)$0.34$0.78$1.55

    Subtotal$51.09$48.75$49.56

    1643PA$10.21$11.07$11.33

    7201NA$1.86$2.35$3.25

    7235Undergrnd$0.62$1.27$1.28

    Subtotal$12.68$14.69$15.85

    1286EPP Thy8.709.119.83

    1288Ast/Cs Thy0.530.950.99

    Subtotal9.2310.0510.82

    Total$73.00$73.50$76.24

    Main Sheet

    1995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007

    1221EPP$18,391,388$17,738,283$19,946,851$19,795,708$21,611,731$22,687,535$24,873,990$22,523,115$25,308,600$19,749,726$18,191,575$19,033,74218,912,574

    1222CESR$19,100,000$20,318,444$18,800,000$18,572,081$19,486,600$19,486,600$19,486,600$19,486,600$19,486,300$18,000,000$16,620,000$14,619,96214,710,000

    1223Cosmic Rays, Other$3,293,612$3,732,814$2,828,747$2,949,339$914,669$700,914$325,301$298,196

    1223LHC ops$3,075,765$7,000,000$10,505,691$13,365,00018,000,000

    7282Accel + (incl ILC det R&D)$0$0$0$0$0$0$0$0$294,590$338,947$781,018$1,550,7852,160,000

    7407RSVP$0$0$0$0$0$0$0$0$0$6,000,000$2,654,492$990,0000

    Total ($M) without Cornell$21.69$21.47$22.78$22.75$22.53$23.39$25.20$22.82$28.68$33.09$32.13$34.94$39.07

    Subtotal ($)$40,785,000$41,789,541$41,575,598$41,317,128$42,013,000$42,875,049$44,685,891$42,307,911$48,165,255$51,088,673$48,752,776$49,559,489$53,782,574

    1643PA$0$0$0$0$0$1,690,689$4,646,850$6,790,742$8,829,659$10,205,432$11,069,689$11,328,2749,515,142

    7201NA$0$0$0$0$0$0$0$2,263,732$2,263,732$1,859,097$2,351,279$3,247,8873,644,223

    7235PNA Projects$0$0$0$0$0$0$0$0$604,001$620,001$1,268,622$1,278,7592,920,631

    IceCube Ops250,000

    Subtotal ($M)$1,690,689$4,646,850$9,054,474$11,697,392$12,684,530$14,689,590$15,854,920$16,329,996

    DUSEL$0$0$0$0$0$0$0$0$0$00$0$6,000,000

    1286*EPP Thy$7,371,420$7,321,355$7,424,898$9,054,014$9,708,995$10,019,139$10,806,436$10,006,990$11,317,038$8,702,844$9,105,727$9,832,47910,771,390

    1288*Ast/Cs Thy$2,682,127$2,663,852$2,701,500$1,025,000$884,000$892,861$1,015,495$828,370$748,100$527,862$948,196$988,8641,051,740

    Subtotal ($M)$10,053,547$9,985,207$10,126,398$10,079,014$10,592,995$10,912,000$11,821,931$10,835,360$12,065,138$9,230,706$10,053,923$10,821,343$11,823,130

    Totals$50,838,547$51,774,748$51,701,996$51,396,142$52,605,995$55,477,738$61,154,672$62,197,745$71,927,785$73,003,909$73,496,289$76,235,752$81,935,700

    50.8451.7751.7051.4052.6155.4861.1562.2071.9373.0073.5076.2481.94

    MREFCLHC$0$0$0$0$22,150,000$15,900,000$16,364,000$16,900,000$9,686,000$0$0$0$0

    IceCube**$0$0$0$0$0$0$0$15,000,000$24,539,450$41,744,000$47,620,000$49,850,000

    RSVP$0$0$0$0$0$0$0$0$0$0$0$0

    DUSEL

    Totals **$0$0$0$0$22,150,000$15,900,000$16,364,000$31,900,000$34,225,450$41,744,000$47,620,000$49,850,000

    PFCChicago$2,997,768$2,997,543$2,998,881$2,999,783$2,499,866$2,970,0003,000,000

    Hampton$0$1,000,000$1,000,000$1,000,000$350,000$990,000$0

    ITP$1,015,400$2,709,600$1,810,0802,934,600

    Totals$2,997,768$3,997,543$3,998,881$5,015,183$5,559,466$5,770,0805,934,600

    QuarkNet*$601,144$667,390

    CHEPREO$700,000$850,000

    Mariachi$0$0

    Cyberbridges$0$0

    I2U2$240,000

    Tier 2c$0$990,000

    PIF/GRIDs$2,450,000

    Total$5,197,390

    Broader ImpactQuarkNet$200,382$222,463

    CHEPREO$845,641$807,431

    Mariachi$204,000$900,000

    Cyberbridges250,000$700,000

    I2U2200,000$200,000

    Tier 2c1,000,000$1,000,000

    PIF/GRIDs$477,000

    Total$2,700,023$4,306,894

    Broader Impacts Total$9,504,284

    Note:

    * EPP and Astro/Cosmology Theory were estimated for years 1995 and 1996 (when they were combined with all theory)

    * * OPP is a partner on Icecube

    NSF total$M3206.33298.83425.73690.33923.44459.94774.15369.345652.0154815,581.006020

    R&RA$M2327.82433.92572.62821.62979.93372.336164054.434293.3442354,331.004665

    MPS$K660,510693,453687,242733,652755,881854,077920,4201,040,7001,091,5901,069,8601,085,000.001,150,000

    PHY$K131,885138,638142,647162,740168,303187,536195,880224,500227,770224,940233,100.00248,500

    MPS$M660.51693.453687.242733.652755.881854.077920.421040.71091.591069.8610851150

    PHY$M131.885138.638142.647162.74168.303187.536195.88224.5227.77224.94233.1248.5

    NSF/10320.63329.88342.57369.03392.34445.99477.41536.934565.201548.1558.1602

    R&RA/10232.78243.39257.26282.16297.99337.23361.6405.443429.334423.5433.1466.5

    MPS/1066.05169.345368.724273.365275.588185.407792.042104.07109.159106.986108.5115

    EPP Base$M50.8451.7751.7051.4052.6155.4861.1562.2071.9373.0073.5076.24

    rruchti:Additional $500,000 also provided by MPS/OMA

    rruchti:Partial Year Funding. Will be made up in FY2006

    rruchti:RSVP MREFC Terminatedby NSB Decision in August 2005

    Main Sheet

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    Univ Program

    CESR

    LHC OPs

    LHC Constr

    Accel (APPI)

    RSVP

    PNA+IceCube Ops

    Theory

    DUSEL

    Fiscal Year

    Funding Level

    EPP Funding by Fiscal Year

    Funding to NSF

    00000

    00000

    00000

    00000

    00000

    00000

    00000

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    00000

    00000

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    R&RA (1/10)

    NSF Total (1/10)

    MPS (1/10)

    PHY

    EPP Base

    Fiscal Year

    Funding (M$)

    NSF Funding by Fiscal Year

    BI PIE CHART

    (M$)FY00FY01FY02FY03FY04FY05FY06FY07

    NSF total3923.404459.904774.105369.345652.015472.82

    R&RA2979.903372.303616.004054.434293.344220.55

    MPS755.88854.08920.421040.701091.591069.86

    PHY168.30187.54195.88224.50227.77224.94

    EPP Base55.4861.1562.2071.9373.0073.50

    EPP Base = Accel. Based + Cornell + Astro + Theory

    Cyber+ Worksheet-06

    EPP BaseOtherSum

    QuarkNet*0.570.501.07

    CHEPREO0.700.971.68

    PIRE + Intl ILC0.060.470.54

    Tier 2c1.001.002.00

    PIF/GRIDs0.003.123.12

    PFC0.005.935.93

    MRI0.001.051.05

    Total2.3313.0515.38

    * Does not include DOE/OHEP contribution of $0.75M

    Ratio of Sum to EPP portion6.6

    Cyber+ Worksheet-06

    1.065

    1.675009

    0.5352

    2

    3.12

    5.9346

    1.053087

    EPP PIE CHART

    EPP ProjectFY06 Actual%Cyber (FY06)Cyber PortionPHY PortionCommentFY07 PlanPHY Portion - 07FY08 PlanPHY Portion - 08

    (for 2006)

    LHC - ATLAS Operations6,682,50050%3,341,25013,341,250Grid, Distributed Computing, Tier 29,000,0004,500,0009,000,0004,500,000

    LHC - CMS Operations6,682,50050%3,341,25013,341,250Grid, Distributed Computing, Tier 2, Tier 2c9,000,0004,500,0009,000,0004,500,000

    DISUN (OCI Portion)1,000,000100%1,000,00000Tier 2c - Grid, Distributed Computing1,000,00000

    LHCb138,832100%138,8321138,832Realtime High Bandwidth Data Monitoring00

    00

    Vanderbilt - MRI594,308100%594,3081594,308Distributed Data Storage & Retrieval00

    Hampton - MRI289,169100%289,1691289,169Grid, Tier 3, Broader Impacts00

    Minerva - MRI777,4850%010Minverva Detector Development00

    Mississippi - MRI798,819

    College of William & Mary - MRI254,268

    00

    Open Science Grid (PIF)2,450,000100%2,450,00012,450,000Grid, Distributed Computing, Multidisciplinary2,750,0002,750,0002,750,0002,750,000

    Open Science Grid (OCI)327,000100%327,00000Grid, Distributed Computing, Multidisciplinary00

    Open Science Grid (OISE)150,000100%150,00000International Broader Impact00

    PLaNetS(PIF)370,000100,000

    00

    CHEPREO (EPP)850,00025%212,5001212,500Distributed Computing, Broader Impacts703,919175,9800

    CHEPREO (OCI)706,525100%706,52500Advanced Networking, Distributed Computing417,20900

    CHEPREO (CISE)Advanced Networking, Distributed Computing196,081

    CHEPREO (OISE)100,00050%50,00000Advanced Networking, Distributed Computing100,00000

    CHEPREO (EHR)254,1000%0Education Aspects257,800

    I2U2(EPP)0100%010Grid, Web, Distributed Computing, Broader Impacts000

    I2U2(OMA)541,096100%541,09600Grid, Web, Distributed Computing, Broader Impacts000

    QuarkNet (EPP)667,39020%133,4781133,478Grid, Web, Distributed Computing, Broader Impacts565,000113,0000

    QuarkNet (EHR)222,46320%44,49300ITEST300,00000

    QuarkNet (OMA)Grid, Web, Distributed Computing, Broader Impacts200,000

    Cyberbridges (OCI, CI Team)*700,000100%700,00000International, Distributed Computing, Broader Impacts00

    Mariachi (OCI, CI Team)*900,000100%900,00000Grid, Web, Distributed Computing, Broader Impacts00

    PIRE (EPP)50,000

    PIRE(OISE)450,000

    ILC E&O (EPP)11,200

    ILC E&O (OISE)24,000

    Totals24,033,36814,919,90110,500,78726,448,29612,038,98020,850,00011,750,000

    Value Added to EPP6,065,090

    MRI Added to EPP1,053,087

    * Budget distribution under negotiation with PI's

    Note: New proposals are expected in FY07 for:LHCbmultiyear

    MRImultiyear

    I2U2multiyear

    QuarkNetmultiyear

    CI Teammultiyear

    Check7,351,184

    Sheet1

    Research ElementsFY07

    1221EPPEPP Univ18.91$18,912,574

    1643PAPNA16.08$9,515,14216.08

    IceCube OpsIceCube Ops0.25$250,000

    DUSELDUSEL6.00$6,000,000

    1286*EPP ThyTheory11.82$10,771,390

    7282AcceleratorAccel&Det R&D2.16$2,160,000

    1222CESRCESR14.71$14,710,000

    1223LHC opsLHC Ops18.00$18,000,000

    Allied FundingAllied Funding13.05$13,052,777

    Total w broader impactsTotal100.99$93,371,883

    Sheet1

    18912574

    9515142

    3644223

    2920631

    250000

    6000000

    10771390

    1051740

    2160000

    14710000

    18000000

    13052777

    Funding Base

    FY03FY04FY05FY06FY07

    EPP Base

    Accel Based*48.1751.0948.7549.5653.78

    PNA+Undrgrnd+IceCube Ops11.7012.6814.6915.8516.33

    DUSEL6.00

    EPP+Astro/Cosmo Thy12.079.2310.0510.8211.82

    Total Base71.9373.0073.5076.2487.94

    EPP Allied Funding

    MRI1.700.000.751.661.05

    PFC4.005.025.565.775.93

    OCI/CISE6.306.505.653.631.61

    PIF2.453.12

    OMA0.540.20

    ESIE0.700.290.550.480.56

    OISE0.250.57

    Total Allied12.7011.8112.5114.7813.05

    MREFC

    LHC construction9.69

    IceCube24.5441.7547.6249.85

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    Back Up Slides

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  • **D. Lissauer, NSF/EPP Physics Division Organization*

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  • **D. Lissauer, NSF/EPP EPP + PNA PortfolioUniversity ProgramEPP Accelerator based physicsHadron Colliders: CDF, D, CMS, ATLAS, LHCbElectron Positron Colliders: CLEO-c, BaBar,Neutrinos: MINOS, NOvA, MINERvA, MiniBooNEParticle and Nuclear AstrophysicsDark Matter: CDMS, COUPP, XENON10, DRIFT-II, ZEPLIN-IIUltraHigh Energy Universe: HiRes/TA, Pierre Auger, VERITAS, MILAGRONeutrinos: Double Chooz, Super-K, Borexino, CUOREOtherTheoryComputational physicsLHC Experiments: Maintenance and OperationsDUSEL and DUSEL R&DCESR/CLEO-c Should we change this to CESR-TA?? Mainly ILC??Accelerator and Detector R&DILC Accelerator and Detector R&DMICEAdvanced TechnologiesLHC Upgrade???????????Partnerships & Broader Impacts

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  • **D. Lissauer, NSF/EPP Exciting Time for MPS/PHYDeep Questions: TeraScaleDark Energy, Dark MatterNeutrinos Proton Decay CMB,Powerful Facilities: ExistingTevatron (CDF, D, Neutrino Expts,...)LHC (ATLAS, CMS, LHCb,..)PlanningDUSEL (NSF leads, DOE supports)ILC (DOE leads, NSF supports)

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  • **D. Lissauer, NSF/EPP Program GuidanceHEPAPP5NUSAG, DETF, CMB, DMSAGAARD UGPSOther ExternalEPP2010 and other ReportsLaboratory PACs and Resource Review BoardsMUFACFALCVisits from Experimenters and ProgramsSite Visits, Reverse Site VisitsInternalCommittee of Visitors (3 year interval, most recent in 2006)

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  • **D. Lissauer, NSF/EPP PartnershipsCyberscienceTier 2c with OCIUltraLight with OCIOSG with OCI and DOE (http://www.opensciencegrid.org)CDI with NSF (http://www.nsf.gov/crssprgm/cdi/)Education with researchQuarkNet with OMA, EHR and DOE/HEPCHEPREO with OMA, OCI, EHR, OISEI2U2 with OMA, EHR, PHY Mariachi OCI fundedCyberBridges OCI fundedPIRE (UK,KSU,UNL,UIC, UPRM) with OISEILC Outreach with OISE

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  • **D. Lissauer, NSF/EPP Acronyms - I

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    AP PhysicsAdvanced Placement Physics (for High School Students)

    APPIAccelerator Physics and Physics Instrumentation

    ASTAstronomy Division

    CDICyber-enabled Discovery and Innovation

    CHEChemistry Division

    CHEPREOCenter for High Energy Physics Research and Education Outreach

    CI-TEAMCyberInfrastructure Training Education Advancement and Mentoring

    COVCommittee of Visitors

    CyberBridgesGrid Computing and Science Disciplines Interdisciplinary Research and Education

    DDDASDynamically Data Driven Applications Systems

    DMRDivision of Materials Research

    DMSDivision of Mathematical Sciences

    DUSELDeep Underground Scientific Laboratory

    EHREducation and Human Resources Directorate

    EPPElementary Particle Physics

    ESIEElementary, Secondary and Informal Education

    GK12Graduate Teaching Fellows in K12 Education

    GOALIGrant Opportunities for Academic Liaison with Industry

    I2U2Interactions in Understanding the Universe (Research and Formal and Informal Education Program)

    IPSEInternships in Public Science Education

    MariachiMixed Apparatus for Radar Investigation of Cosmic-rays of High Ionization

    MPSMathematical and Physical Sciences Directorate

    MREFCMajor Reseach Equipment and Facilities Construction

    MRIMajor Research Instrumentation

    NANuclear Astrophysics

    OCIOffice of CyberInfrastructure

    OISEOffice of International Science and Engineering

    OMAOffice of Multidisciplinary Activites

    OSGOpen Science Grid (Funded Jointly by DOE and NSF)

    PAParticle Astrophysics

    PFCPhysics Frontier Centers

    PHYPhysics Division

    PhysTECPhysics Teacher Education Coalition

    PIFPhysics at the Information Frontier

    PIREPartnerships for International Research and Education

    PNAParticle and Nuclear Astrophysics

    QuarkNetNational Education and Outreach in Particle Physics (Funded Jointly by DOE and NSF)

    R&RAResearch and Related Activities

    RETResearch Experiences for Teachers

    REUResearch Experiences for Undergraduates

    SBESocial, Behavioral and Economic Sciences Directorate

    SBIRSmall Business Innovation Research

    SGERSmall Grant for Exploratory Research

    Tier 2cTier 2 Computing Center - DISUN (Data Intensive Science University Network)

    TrilliumThe trio of SCIDAC (DOE), GriPhyN (NSF/OCI), and iVDGL (NSF/PHY)

    UltraLightHigh Bandwidth Networking

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  • **D. Lissauer, NSF/EPP Acronyms - II

    D. Lissauer, NSF/EPP

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    AP PhysicsAdvanced Placement Physics (for High School Students)

    APPIAccelerator Physics and Physics Instrumentation

    ASTAstronomy Division

    CHEChemistry Division

    CHEPREOCenter for High Energy Physics Research and Education Outreach

    CI-TEAMCyberInfrastructure Training Education Advancement and Mentoring

    COVCommittee of Visitors

    CyberBridgesGrid Computing and Science Disciplines Interdisciplinary Research and Education

    DDDASDynamically Data Driven Applications Systems

    DMRDivision of Materials Research

    DMSDivision of Mathematical Sciences

    DUSELDeep Underground Scientific Laboratory

    EHREducation and Human Resources Directorate

    EPPElementary Particle Physics

    ESIEElementary, Secondary and Informal Education

    GK12Graduate Teaching Fellows in K12 Education

    GOALIGrant Opportunities for Academic Liaison with Industry

    I2U2Interactions in Understanding the Universe

    IPSEInternships in Public Science Education

    MariachiExperiment and Education Project to Detect Cosmic Radiation by Radio Emission and Cosmic Ray Showers

    MPSMathematical and Physical Sciences Directorate

    MREFCMajor Reseach Equipment and Facilities Construction

    MRIMajor Research Instrumentation

    NANuclear Astrophysics

    OCIOffice of CyberInfrastructure

    OISEOffice of International Science and Engineering

    OMAOffice of Multidisciplinary Activites

    OSGOpen Science Grid (Funded Jointly by DOE and NSF)

    PAParticle Astrophysics

    PFCPhysics Frontier Centers

    PHYPhysics Division

    PhysTECPhysics Teacher Education Coalition

    PIFPhysics at the Information Frontier

    PIREPartnerships for International Research and Education

    PNAParticle and Nuclear Astrophysics

    QuarkNetNational Education and Outreach in Particle Physics (Funded Jointly by DOE and NSF)

    R&RAResearch and Related Activities

    RETResearch Experiences for Teachers

    REUResearch Experiences for Undergraduates

    RIBFRare Isotope Beam Factory

    SBESocial, Behavioral and Economic Sciences Directorate

    SBIRSmall Business Innovation Research

    SGERSmall Grant for Exploratory Research

    Tier 2cTier 2 Computing Center - DISUN (Data Intensive Science University Network)

    TrilliumThe trio of SCIDAC (DOE), GriPhyN (NSF/OCI), and iVDGL (NSF/PHY)

    UltraLightHigh Bandwidth Networking

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  • **D. Lissauer, NSF/EPP Programs of InterestMREFC: Major Research Equipment & Facilities ConstructionMRI: Major Research InstrumentationCDI: Cyber-enabled Discovery and InnovationCI-TEAM: Cyberinfrastructure and EducationPIF: Physics at the Information FrontierPIRE: Partnerships for International Research and EducationSBIR: Small Business Innovation ResearchGOALI: Grant Opportunities for Academic Liaison with IndustryGK12: Graduate Teaching Fellowships in K12 EducationIPSE: Internships in Public Science Education

    See NSF website for opportunitieswww.nsf.gov

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