Welcome to the Materials Research Science and Engineering Center webpage!
The NSF-sponsored Wisconsin Materials Research Science and Engineering Center brings together teams of researchers from diverse disciplinary backgrounds to address a critical void in knowledge involving disordered materials, and the emergence of order from disordered materials. The Center integrates the discovery of new knowledge with creation of research-inspired educational materials, innovative programs that broaden participation in STEM fields, industry outreach to promote economic advancement, and professional development opportunities that train the next-generation US workforce.
More information can be found on the Wisconsin MRSEC Brochure.
Events & Announcements
Call for Submissions: Wisconsin MRSEC Excellence in Open Science Prize
Deadline for submission: February 1, 2020
The Wisconsin Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (MRSEC) is a leader in promoting best practices in open science. The MRSEC Excellence in Open Science Prize has been launched to promote data sharing and open science principles.
Calls for Seed and Superseed Proposals
Deadline for Submissions: March 2, 2020
The Wisconsin MRSEC seeks proposals for interdisciplinary, collaborative Superseed and Seed projects to enhance the ongoing materials research and education thrusts of the Center and to support the exploration of transformative new directions.
The MRSEC Seed program plays a key role in the vitality and evolution of the Wisconsin MRSEC by broadening and diversifying participation, introducing new research directions, nurturing new IRGs, and providing professional development opportunities for graduate student and postdoc members.
Superseeds must have the potential to grow into a successful Interdisciplinary Research Group in the next MRSEC competition, which starts in 2022.
Rolling Call for Proposals for The MRSEC Honored Scholar Travel Award
The University of Wisconsin Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (MRSEC) is soliciting proposals to support travel to materials research and educational conferences. A maximum of $1,000 for domestic and $1,500 for international travel may be awarded. Applicants must be affiliated with the Wisconsin MRSEC.