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FY 2015 Budget Request: Programs in applied mathematics and computational science

From Lewis-Burke Associates LLC: 

President Obama proposes significant national investments in agencies and programs critical to the applied mathematics and computational science research communities:

  • National Science Foundation  – $7.255 billion in FY 2015 (1.2 percent above the FY 2014 enacted funding level); DMS would see a decrease of 0.5 percent from the FY 2014 level.
  • Department of Energy’s Office of Science – $5.11 billion in FY 2015 (0.9 percent above the FY 2014 level), with Advanced Scientific Computing Research increasing 13.2 percent over the FY 2014 level;
  • Department of Defense Basic Research – $2.02 billion in FY 2015 (6.9 percent down from the FY 2014 level), with DARPA Defense Research Sciences decreasing by 0.9 percent from the FY 2014 request level.
  • National Institutes of Health – $30.4 billion in FY 2015 (0.7 percent over the FY 2014 level).

Please see a full report of Programs of Interest to the Applied Mathematics and Computational Science Communities in the President’s FY 2015 Budget Request.

 

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