The Early Career Research Program supports the development of individual research programs of outstanding scientists early in their careers and stimulates research careers in the disciplines supported by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science. Opportunities exist in the following program areas: Advanced Scientific Computing Research (ASCR), Biological and Environmental Research (BER), Basic Energy Sciences (BES), Fusion Energy Sciences (FES), High Energy Physics (HEP), and Nuclear Physics (NP).
For more specific information, see the DOE Office of Science Early Career Research Program website.
September 2021: See current funding opportunity announcement.
|Jorge Villa||University of Louisiana-Lafayette||2022||Assessing Greenhouse Gas Structural and Functional Resilience of Freshwater Coastal Wetlands Subject to Persistent Saltwater Intrusion Events||Active|
|Elizabeth Herndon||ORNL||2022||Biogeochemical Controls on Phosphorus in Urban-influenced Coastal Ecosystems||Active|
|Emily Graham||PNNL||2022||Urban Resilience across the Terrestrial-Aquatic Continuum: Mechanisms to Mass Balance||Active|
|Isaac Larsen||University of Massachusetts, Amherst||2019||Abiotic and Biotic Controls on Chemical Weathering Rates and Solute Generation||Active|
|James Stegen||PNNL||2019||Multi-Watershed Perturbation-Response Traits Derived Through Ecological Theory||Active|
|Charuleka Varadharajan||LBNL||2019||iNAIDS Investigating the Impacts of Streamflow Disturbances on Water Quality using a Data-driven Framework||Active|
|Daniela Cusack||Colorado State University||2016||Consequences of Plant Nutrient Uptake for Soil Carbon Stabilization||Active|
|Melanie Mayes||ORNL||2016||A Comprehensive Framework for Modeling Emissions from Tropical Soils and Wetlands||Active|
|Karis McFarlane||LLNL||2016||Tropical Forest Response to a Drier Future: Turnover Times of Soil Organic Matter, Roots, Respired CO2, and CH4 Across Moisture Gradients in Time and Space||Active|
|Jonathan Raff||Indiana Universtiy||2015||Understanding Soil Microbial Sources of Nitrous Acid and their Effect on CarbonâNitrogen Cycle Interactions||Expired|
|Joel Rowland||LANL||2014||Incorporating the Hydrological Controls on Carbon Cycling in Floodplain Ecosystems into Earth System Models (ESMs)||Expired|
|Brian Powell||Clemson University||2013||Examination of Actinide Chemistry at Solid-Water Interfaces to Support Advanced Actinide Separations||Expired|
|Matt Marshall||PNNL||2011||Multi-System Analysis of Microbial Biofilms||Expired|
|Ming Ye||Florida State University||2012||Computational Bayesian Framework for Quantification and Reduction of Predictive Uncertainty in Groundwater Reactive Transport Modeling||Expired|
|Heileen Hsu-Kim||Duke University||2011||Nanoscale Mercury Sulfide-Organic Matter Interactions and Implications for Solubility and Biomethylation||Expired|
|Daniel Hayes||ORNL||2012||Model-Data Fusion Approaches for Retrospective and Predictive Assessment of the Pan-Arctic Scale Permafrost Carbon Feedback to Global Climate||Expired|
|Nate McDowell||LANL||2010||An Integrated Theory on the Mechanisms of Vegetation Survival and Mortality During Drought||Expired|
|Rebecca Neumann||University of Washington||2013||Methane Oxidation in the Rhizosphere of Wetland Plants||Expired|