Committees, Panels & Reviews

Continuous calls – The STFC has yearly calls for membership of its advisory bodies and peer review panels. The details of panel vacancies can be found here:

https://stfc.ukri.org/about-us/how-we-are-governed/advisory-boards/callforapplications/

 

We encourage the community to apply for these position and inform the Council if you are interested in doing so.

The deadline for this years applications is  Tuesday 30 April 2019.


 

New call – STFC Public Engagement Early-Career Researcher Forum https://stfc.ukri.org/public-engagement/training-and-support/peer-forum/ 

Call for Applications Closing date: 16:00, Monday 3rd June 2019

The STFC Public Engagement Early-Career Researcher Forum (the ‘PEER Forum’) will support talented scientists and engineers in the early stages of their career to develop their public engagement and outreach goals, to ensure the next generation of STFC scientists and engineers continue to deliver the highest quality of purposeful, audience-driven public engagement.

 

For more info, see the news article: http://www.uksolphys.org/general-news/stfc-public-enga…researcher-forum/

 


 

Below we list currently active bodies the people may want information on. Please let the deputy chair know if a panel is not listed.

 

Solar System Advisory Panel – The purpose of the Advisory Panel is to provide a link between Science Board and the community, and represent the needs of the community to STFC. The remit of the panel includes Technology Development, Theory, High Performance Computing and Data Curation issues within their area.

Astronomy Grants Panel – Amongst other responsibilities, assess and make recommendations to the STFC Executive on all research grant applications in astronomy, including space science and solar terrestrial physics covering theory, exploitation and basic technology research.

Balance of Programmes Exercise – PPAN Evaluations – The STFC Balance of Programme (PDF, 3414KB) (BoP1) exercise, published in 2017, looked at the balance of funding between the PPAN research disciplines. A process was agreed, by both Science Board and Executive Board, stating that in addition to this 3 yearly exercise, more detailed programme evaluations of the specific research disciplines should be carried out. The purpose of the programme evaluations is to look at the portfolio and science strategy to define a balanced programme of excellent science within a realistic financial planning envelope for each scientific discipline. BOP2 due to begin late 2018/ early 2019.