The Centre for Time at the University of Sydney is now accepting applications for a number of mini-grants for work in the philosophy, psychology and physics of time (other areas will be considered provided they have some bearing on the nature of time and/or conceptual issues of time).
The grants are offered as part of a Templeton grant that aims to bring together research from different disciplines to shed new light on the nature of time and temporal experience. The aim of the Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Time funding round is to encourage researchers to investigate the nature of time from a variety of ‘non-standard’ angles with a view to advancing the field in ways not otherwise possible. We will award 10-12 small grants of up to $15000 for interdisciplinary projects dealing with the Nature of Time. Projects should be between 1-1.5 years in length and should end no later than 30th May 2015.
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