São Paulo - Princeton
Princeton and the University São Paulo provide resources to build durable ties through faculty-designed collaborations, creating the capacity for faculty and students to enhance and sustain academic cooperation by moving back and forth across national borders with the institutional support of their home and host universities.
The University São Paulo - Princeton Strategic Partnership supports departments, programs, and centers seeking resources to sustain on-going transnational research and teaching collaborations and invites proposals from faculty that promote collaborations between the two institutions.
Call for Proposals (due March 15, 2019)
Bilateral collaborative research and teaching ventures should include a balanced representation of scholars from both institutions. Applicants are required to meet any national requirements for funding and follow the general regulations of their respective university. Applications that do not meet these requirements will not be considered. This initiative does not encompass student exchange programs for semester and academic year study abroad.
All inquiries for graduate and undergraduate study abroad programs should be directed to:
Three types of proposals will be considered:
- Seed grants, e.g. to enable clusters of faculty and graduate students to convene to explore prospects for future collaborations including external funding opportunities.
- Maximum support: $10,000.
- Medium grants, for two years activity. These thematic or disciplinary workshops should be designed by faculty on both sides but incorporate graduate students in the planning and execution. These may focus on dissertation write-up meetings, topical exchanges, or training meetings.
- Maximum support: $50,000 for two years.
A Joint Governance Committee comprised of faculty and senior administrators from both universities will review and consider proposals for awards. Refer here for the list of committee members on the Princeton side.
- 2015 - 2016
- Sigrid Adriaenssens, Princeton University, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Ruy Marcelo de Oliveira Pauletti, University São Paulo, Polytechnic School. Affordable, sustainable infrastructure for emerging megacities
- Gregory Hammett, Princeton University, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, and Diego Falceta Gonçalves, University São Paulo, EACH. Collisionless plasma eects and the magnetization of the early Universe
- Nikolai Gorelenkov, Princeton University, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, and Ricardo Galvão , University São Paulo, Department of Applied Physics. Unveiling Efficient Ways to Relax the Energetic Particle Profiles due to Alfvenic Eigenmodes in Burning Plasmas
- 2014 - 2015
- Sigrid Adriaenssens, Princeton University, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Ruy Marcelo de Oliveira Pauletti, University São Paulo, Polytechnic School. Computational Design of Sustainable Urban Infrastructure.
- Claire Gmachl, Princeton University, Department of Electrical Engineering, and Alain Andre Quivy, University São Paulo, Institute of Physics. Thermoelectrial and Optoelectrical Devices.
- Mario Gandelsonas, Princeton University, Princeton Environmental Institute, and Alexandre Delijaicov, University São Paulo, School of Architecture and Urbanism. São Paulo as Fluvial Metropolis: Infrastructure, Meta-projects, Imagined Futures and the City as Home.
- John Cooper, Princeton University, Department of Philosophy, and Marco Antonio de Avila Zingano, University São Paulo, Department of Philosophy. Princeton-USP Consortium in Ancient Philosophy.
- 2013 - 2014
- Craig Arnold, Princeton University, Institute for Science and Technology of Materials (PRISM); Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Cleber Renato Mendonca, University São Paulo, San Carlos Institute of Physics (IFSCU/SUP). Globalizing Engineering Education in Materials Development for Optics and Photonic: a Princeton-USP partnership.
- Bogdan Bernevig, Princeton University, Department of Physics and Jose Carols Egues, University São Paulo, Department of Physics. Fractional topological ordered phases.
- João Biehl, Princeton University, Program in Global Health and Health Policy and Lilia Moritz Schwarcz; Jose Ricardo de Carvalho, Mesquita Ayres, Helena Ribeiro, University São Paulo, Department of Preventative Medicine. Global Health and the Social Studies of Medicine and Health.
- Beatriz Colomina, Princeton University, School of Architecture and Hugo Segawa, University São Paulo, Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism. The Historiography of Modern Architecture in Latin America.
- Mario Gandelsonas, Princeton University, Program in Latin American Studies (PLAS) and Alexandre Delijaicov, University São Paulo, Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism. São Paulo, the Fluvial Metropolis: Infrastructure, Urban Futures and the City as Home.
- Helen Milner, Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, and Maria Herminia Tavares de Almeida, University São Paulo, Institute of International Relations. The International Political Economy of Emergent Brazil.
- Michael Strauss and James Stone, Princeton University, Department of Astrophysical Sciences, and Laerte Sodre Jr. and Elisabete Maria de Gouveia Dal Pino, University São Paulo, Department of Astronomy. Unveiling the Universe with Galaxy Surveys and Magnetohydrodynamical Studies.