Scientific Computing Day (SCD) is a symposium for fostering interactions and collaborations among researchers at Georgia State University and its affiliates. SCD provides researchers a venue to present their work, and for the GSU scientific, computational and business communities to exchange views on today’s multidisciplinary computational challenges and state-of-the-art developments.
All Georgia State laboratories are required to have a emergency plan in place. Below are links to important signage and emergency preparedness information. Please share and post this information in the event of any emergency that affects Georgia State University laboratories.
The FY2018 Calls for Proposals for Conference Grants and Dissertation Grants has now opened.
This round of Conference grants will be due October 2, 2017 for conferences to be held on the GSU campus between January 1 and June 30, 2018. Conferences must be focused on research (not pedagogy) and sponsored by GSU faculty.… more »
Please click on the link below to read a letter from Georgia State’s Vice President for Research & Economic Development, Jim Weyhenmeyer, regarding the expected revision to the Federal Policy for the Protection of Human Subjects, known as the Common Rule, was published in the Federal Register on January 19, 2017.
The Office of Research and Environmental Safety (RES) is moving from a paper system to an all-electronic method of performing laboratory assessments. Beginning this summer (2017) the assessments will be integrated into the GSU Research Portal system for ease of tracking and assessment completion. From the Research Portal, PIs will receive notices of scheduled walkthroughs… more »
If you conduct health-related research and have outstanding student loans, the NIH Loan Repayment Programs (LRPs) may be an option for you!
The LRPs repay up to $35,000 annually of a researcher’s qualified educational debt, based on your debt level, in return for a commitment to engage in NIH mission-relevant research. Extramural LRPs at NIH… more »
The Department of Homeland Security recently announced new security protocols that impact the transport and use of personal and Georgia State University issued electronics that may be taken abroad for research, collaborative, or conference attendance purposes. Direct travel from, or a transfer through, these 10 airports to the United States are impacted by these protocols:
Research Solutions and the Office of Vice President for Research & Economic Development would like to invite you to the 2nd annual Research Solutions Technology Showcase event. You can join us for the morning session, afternoon session, or the entire day. Doors open at 8:30 at 100 Auburn Avenue (Centennial Hall). We will have guest… more »