ExCALIBUR programme news
All the latest news from the ExCALIBUR programme
Engagement activity - November 2020
The Met Office and ESPRC are running an engagement activity in order to learn more about how UK academia and relevant organisations might fulfil the ExCALIBUR programme requirements, to inform future science and cross-cutting themes for funding.
This activity will run until 4 December 2020 and further details can be found here.
ExCALIBUR newsletter - November 2020
Read the latest issue of the ExCALIBUR newsletter for news from the whole programme. This includes details of a programme engagement activity starting next week.
To subscribe to receive future issues directly, email us.
ExCALIBUR newsletter - June 2020
ExCALIBUR steering committee - June 2020
A steering committee has been formed for the ExCALIBUR programme, including members of the science community with a high level of expertise across various disciplines. We are pleased to announce the following names:
Neil Chue Hong (Chair) - University of Edinburgh
Ash Vadgama - Atomic Weapons Establishment
Simon Vosper - Met Office
Robin Grimes - Ministry of Defence Science & Technology, and Imperial College, London
Bryan Lawrence - NCAS/University of Reading
Nilanjan Chakraborty - Newcastle University
Syma Khalid - Southampton University
James Hetherington - UK Research and Innovation
Simon McIntosh-Smith - University of Bristol
Melissa Terras - University of Edinburgh
Beth Wingate - University of Exeter
Barbara Montanari - Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC)/Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
ExCALIBUR webinar - funding calls - November 2019
In November 2019 we held a webinar to talk about the ExCALIBUR programme and upcoming funding opportunities. The presentations are available here and a question and answer document can be viewed here.
Ministerial announcement of Strategic Priorities Funding of ExCALIBUR - October 2019
The UK Government's Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) have announced that the Strategic Priorities Fund will be funding the new ExCALIBUR programme. Read the press release here.