US HAB-CTI Application
- Letter of Intent (LOI) will be accepted from January 17 until January 31, 2023 (11:59PM EDT)
- Full proposals must be submitted by April 10, 2023 (11:59PM EDT).
Letter of Intent (LOI) Requirements
LOI's will be accepted from January 17 until January 31, 2023 (11:59PM EDT). The purpose of the LOI process is to provide information to potential applicants on the relevance of their proposed project and the likelihood of it being competitive in advance of preparing a full application. Full applications will be encouraged only for LOIs deemed relevant; however, the final decision to submit a full proposal is made by the applicant. The LOI should provide a concise description of the proposed work and its relevance to the US HAB-CTI Program.
The LOI document should be no more than two pages (front only) in length, single spaced in 12-point font with 1-inch margins and should include in order the components listed below:
- Project Title
- Principal Investigator(s) Name(s), Title(s), Affiliation(s), and Contact Information
- Statement of Work Narrative: The emphasis of the narrative of the LOI should be to introduce the HAB control technology and demonstrate that the applicants have the capability to implement the US HAB-CTI project for the development and implementation of a scalable, environmentally acceptable, cost-effective control strategy to address the HAB problem. This capability must be demonstrated by a clear, concise, description of PI expertise (internal or collaborative) and plans for access to lab/facilities/infrastructure to conduct the research. Web links to additional information are allowable. The US HAB-CTI is dedicated to fast tracking the initial lab-based assessment of innovative control strategies and technologies for feasibility.
US HAB-CTI Information Webinar Recording
US HAB-CTI Informational Webinar Slides