Engineer Research and Development Center Grants





Department of Health and Human Services
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 $35,751,587,496 Department of Energy
 $24,661,368,000 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
 $14,032,768,821 Department of Homeland Security
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 $10,111,366,675 Department of the Interior
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 $7,754,781,106 Department of Commerce
 $6,871,103,950 Department of Housing and Urban Development
 $6,642,477,476 Department of State
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 $5,571,395,802 Department of Education
 $2,642,831,221 Department of the Treasury
 $1,019,380,000 Other Agencies
 $724,036,487


Engineer Research and Development Center
This project will develop techniques for the use of process and data driven computational models, data science, machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) to support planning, design, and...more
Posted On - 2023-12-22


Engineer Research and Development Center
As part of the SHEP, USACE prepared a Monitoring and Adaptive Management Plan (MAMP) that outlines numerous projects and processes that will be carried out to assess project-induced impacts to the...more
Posted On - 2023-12-01


Engineer Research and Development Center
There are many locks and dams, navigation channels, and increasingly beneficial sediment-use sites across the Mississippi watershed and throughout the United States. Interest is high in understanding...more
Posted On - 2023-11-27




Engineer Research and Development Center
Crescent Beach, Indiana is regularly nourished from an upland source. The nourishment sediment is transported west by the longshore current towards Burn Harbor and Burns Small Boat Harbor navigation...more
Posted On - 2023-11-27


Engineer Research and Development Center
There are many locks and dams, navigation channels, and increasingly beneficial sediment-use sites across the Mississippi watershed and throughout the United States. Interest is high in understanding...more
Posted On - 2023-11-27


Engineer Research and Development Center
“THIS IS A 2 PHASE APPROACH. SOI DUE: 18 December 2023 FULL PROPOSAL DUE: 18 January 2024 There are many locks and dams, navigation channels, and increasingly beneficial sediment-use sites...more
Posted On - 2023-11-17


Engineer Research and Development Center
The government seeks research and technical support for data analyses, surveying and monitoring of endangered, migratory bird, pollinator and invasive species on Fort Hood, Texas. Study design and...more
Posted On - 2023-11-15




Engineer Research and Development Center
THIS IS A 2 PHASE APPROACH. SOI DUE: 07 August 2023. FULL PROPOSAL DUE: 23 August 2023Resilience, broadly, is how effectively and efficiently a system mitigates and subsequently recovers from...more
Posted On - 2023-07-06


Engineer Research and Development Center
Program Description A. Short Description of Funding Opportunity ERDC seeks applications for integrating and parameterizing high-quality field and experimental mesocosm data into dynamic general...more
Posted On - 2023-07-01




Vertical farms are designed in a way to avoid the pressing issues about growing food crops in drought-and-disease-prone fields miles away from the population centers in which they will be consumed.






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