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Swift Cycle 17 Guest Investigator proposals due on 25 September 2020

9 September 2020

Proposals for the Neil Gehrels Swift Cycle 17 Guest Investigator Program are due Friday 25 September 2020, 7:30p Eastern/6:30p Central/5:30p Mountain/4:30p Pacific.

The Phase-1 proposal review will be done in a dual-anonymous fashion. In order to minimize unconscious biases in the review process, the proposal should not contain any language that identifies the proposers or their institution. For details on the program elements and how to submit proposals, see the Swift Cycle 17 information page.

NASA is also seeking volunteer reviewers for the Swift Cycle 17 Peer Review, which will be held remotely in early December 2020. Reviewers must have a PhD at the time of the Peer Review. Individuals interested in being considered as a reviewer, please send an email to Eleanora Troja at eleonora.troja@nasa.gov, with a brief description of research interests and skills.

Please direct any questions about the Swift GI Program to Eleanora Troja at eleonora.troja@nasa.gov.

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