Plume Modelling – call for proposals

DMTC is working with Defence to identify and harness the capabilities and prospective partnering potential of Australian industrial and academic organisations.

This new activity is underpinned by a three-year funding commitment from Defence Science & Technology Group.

Call for Proposals – released May 2021

Innovative research proposals are sought to develop near real-time, high-resolution hazard prediction models for chemical, biological or radiological (CBR) transport and dispersion in urban environments. Australian universities, research organisations, and industry are invited to submit research proposals that aim to improve the resolution and performance of state-of-the-art hazard prediction models. Outcomes from this program will enhance Defence and National Security capability, and contribute to the wider hazard modelling community.

Responses must be received by no later than 16 July 2021.

Respondents to this Call for Proposals should note that having your response to this Call for Proposals reviewed by the Technical Advisory Group is NOT a guarantee that you will be granted funding.

Further information on this program of work will be progressively made available from this site.