Grant Proposal Support
Let Us Help You Get Funded
Preparing a grant proposal is hard, time-consuming work. The funding guidelines are often complex, and the competition for available funding sources is fierce. Additionally, needing to secure internal approval for your proposal before submitting can make the process daunting, especially for new researchers.
Make Your Proposal Stand Out
Grant Proposal Support is a Free Service for our Partners
Sample Awarded Proposals
This is just a small cross-section of funding proposals we’ve recently worked on to help our partners get funding.
Autonomous Vehicle Systems Laboratory Research Capability Expansion Program
Dr. Michael Frye, Professor and Chair, University of the Incarnate WordFunding Amount:
DoD – HBCU/MI Research & Education
Developing new research and teaching capabilities in Autonomous Vehicles and Robotics at UDC
Dr. Amir Shahirinia, Assistant Professor, University of District of ColumbiaFunding Amount:
DoD – HBCU/MI Research & Education
Establishment of a new Controls Lab at Grand Canyon University
Dr. Ben Encinas, Grand Canyon UniversityFunding Amount:
Integrating “Self-Driving Cars” into Mechanical Engineering Program’s Teaching Curriculum, Student Projects, Outreach and Research
Prof. Junmin Wang, Accenture Endowed Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University of Texas, AustinFunding Amount:
University of Texas Austin (Internal)
Your Success is Our Success
Collaboration and strategic partnerships are key to creating win-win situations, especially in today’s competitive funding grant environment. Below are some of the benefits to our academic counterparts and Quanser when we join forces.
Benefits to Principal Investigator and Institution
- Access to funds to establish new research/teaching capacities or enhance existing capabilities.
- Helps focus on the quality of the proposal, not the process.
- Assistance in identifying the most relevant and highest potential grant opportunities based on principal investigator and institution profile or collaboration possibility.
- Increased probability of getting funded.
- Help navigate the competition by leveraging a large international network of distributors and relationships with grants and procurement offices.
- Decreases the burden and time spent on developing a grant proposal.
- Recommending validated and world-class technology to carry out the proposed work.
- Connecting you with other researchers and research networks Sole-source justifications.
Benefits to Quanser
- Creates an opportunity to partner with influential educational institutions.
- Contributes to Quanser’s legacy of enabling ground-breaking research.
- Expands our relationship with academia.
Collaboration is Key to Success
A successful partnership requires that both parties equally contribute to the goal, which is a winning funded proposal. Some of the key expectations and contributions are outlined below.
Contributions of Quanser
- Identify suitable funding source(s)
- Collaborate on defining the vision and alignment with the funding review criteria
- Collaborate on writing the Executive Summary
- Propose the right solution (hardware + software) to support the vision
- Describe how the proposed solution meets the vision and expectations of the project
- Provide a full technical description of the proposed hardware and software
Contributions of the Principal Investigator
- Collaborate with Quanser to define a proposal concept based on current needs and vision for future as well as funding review criteria
- Identify and assemble the team of co-PI’s and researchers
- Collaborate with Quanser on writing the Executive Summary
- Inform the appropriate stakeholders (e.g. college and grant office decision makers) about the intent to submit a proposal
- Provide Quanser the necessary technical information and research work implications to be included in the whitepaper and full proposal
- Cooperate with Quanser in a timely manner, and be first in line to navigate internal competition (if applicable)
- Work with grant office to submit final proposal