AFRL Mid-Atlantic Hub Network Announces Spring Funding Cycle Update and Information Sessions
The Mid-Atlantic Hub Network is pleased to announce several developments with the Hub's membership application portal, the spring solicitation cycle, and upcoming webinars providing an overview of the Mid-Atlantic Hub Network.
Spring Partnership Funding Cycle - Increased Funding! Extended application window!
We have also increased the available funding for the Prototyping Research Innovations track to the following amounts:
We’ve extended the spring solicitation cycle closing date to 5:00 pm April 7th.
Upcoming Information Sessions - You’re Invited!
Thank you to the Hub members who have opened their planned information sessions to the entire network. We invite you to join any of the information sessions below to learn more about the Hub and the Spring Partnership Funding Cycle.
Please click the following link to register for any of the options listed here:
*Please note, if you’re part of the hosting institution you do not need to register for the information session via the Mid-Atlantic Hub Network website - you will receive details to join directly from your AFRL Mid-Atlantic Hub lead
Membership Application Portal is LIVE!
The Mid-Atlantic Hub Network membership application portal is officially open!
Please visit the link below and click "Apply for Membership."
Thank you AFRL for the great article on the Mid-Atlantic Hub Network!
Finally, we’re pleased to see AFRL published an article about the Mid-Atlantic Hub Network this morning! Click the link below to read more.
The Mid-Atlantic Hub Network is pleased to announce the opening of the AFRL Mid-Atlantic Hub Network Spring Partnership Funding Cycle. Please check the link below for more information and access to the application form.
Some updates to this cycle:
Please plan to join us for the Hub’s Spring Meeting: On Friday, April 28th we look forward to welcoming AFRL Chief Technology Officer, Dr. Timothy Bunning, to Cornell for an official Hub Network kickoff, Fall ’22 project presentations, and an active networking session with Hub Network members and the AFRL community.
Hub Network Membership: We’re pleased to introduce the Mid-Atlantic Hub Network membership program based on your feedback at the Fall Meeting.
Multiple membership options accommodate corporations (modest fee based on sales), startups (modest fee based on amount raised), investment groups (modest fee), academia, not-for-profits and government organizations.
There is no fee for academia, not-for-profits, and government organizations, however, they agree to serve as Hub Network communication nodes throughout the region.
The Network’s region extends from Maine to Virginia, with the western boundary extending along New York, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Virginia. Interested parties from outside of the Network region, may join, however, they are not eligible to lead proposals. Membership Benefits Include:
Please note, the full application for membership not yet live – it will be available very soon on the website.