Fermi General Investigator - Cycle 18 (ROSES 2024)

Funding Agency:
National Aeronautics and Space Administration

The Fermi General Investigator (GI) program solicits proposals for basic research relevant to the Fermi mission. The primary goal of this mission is to perform 20 MeV to >300 GeV gamma-ray measurements over the entire celestial sphere, with sensitivity a factor of 30 or more greater than that obtained by earlier space missions. A secondary goal includes the study of transient gamma-ray sources with energies extending from 8 keV up to 300 GeV.  

The Fermi GI program is intended to encourage scientific participation by providing funding to carry out investigations using Fermi data, to conduct correlative observations at other wavelengths, to develop data analysis techniques applicable to the Fermi data, and to carry out theoretical investigations in support of Fermi observations.

The Fermi GI program also encompasses a number of joint observation program opportunities. Fermi investigators may apply for radio, optical, X-ray, or Gamma-ray observing time through joint programs with the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO), the National Optical Astronomy Observatory (NOIRLab), the VERITAS groundbased Cerenkov telescope facility, the INTErnational Gamma-Ray Astrophysics Laboratory (INTEGRAL), and the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS). Please refer to Section 1.3.3 for important details.

Deadline for Proposals: Feb. 13, 2025




Engineering and Physical Sciences
Environmental & Life Sciences

External Deadline

February 13, 2025