Principal Investigators' meetings are Division-sponsored technical conferences of researchers supported by the Division. Principal Investigators' meetings are not program reviews. They are regularly held to foster collaboration, cooperation, and the exchange of scientific ideas between the researchers and to promote interactions with Division management.
As part of the conference, invited external researchers and other federal officials may participate or observe. Regular Principal Investigators' meetings provide interactive mechanisms by which the Division fosters a high standard of excellence among its researchers and helps determine future directions for major research elements of the program. The proceedings of Principal Investigators' meetings may be accessed below to help provide an in-depth view of the core research activities supported by the Division.
Principal Investigators' Meetings Reports