The objective of the Structural Integrity Research Collaborations for Aircraft (SIRCA) program is to enable collaborative research partnerships between AFRL, Academia, and Industry, in areas relevant to aircraft to, structural integrity including, but not limited to, risk and reliability, metal fatigue
and fracture, and composite damage modeling.
These technical areas are necessary for developing critical war-fighting technologies for the nation’s air, space and cyberspace forces, as well as commercial derivatives.
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Applicants will be required to apply as part of a coalition that includes faculties and schools of public health, animal health, medicine, the environment, and public administration at tertiary higher education institutions in the United States and/or overseas.
The prime must be an accredited, degree-offering higher education institution or an association comprised of accredited, degree-offering higher education institutions.
All types of organizations, including colleges and universities, non-governmental organizations, not for-profit organizations, for-profit organizations, small businesses, private voluntary organizations, and faith-based organizations, will be eligible to participate as sub-recipients.
Minority-serving institutions of higher education are encouraged to apply.
As beneficiary institutions, university members of the African and Southeast Asian One Health (OH) university networks (One Health Central and East Africa and Southeast Asia One Health University Network) will not be eligible to apply.Full Opportunity Web Address:This is not an active link. Please click on the words "Full Announcement" at the top of this page.Contact: Agency Email Description:
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2018-10-22Application Due Date: Archive Date: