Calendar – Call deadlines

May
1
Mon
Niels Stensen Foundation: Fellowships
May 1 @ 09:00

The Niels Stensen Foundation invites nominations for its fellowships. These enable researchers who have recently completed or are about to complete a PhD, to gain research experience at a university or institute abroad. The fellowship is open to all academic disciplines.

Candidates must be nominated by two professors from a Dutch university or research institute.

Seven grants are available to finance the living expenses, accommodation, travel and any ancillary research related expenses incurred abroad.

Deadline for nominations: 1 May 2017.
Deadline for submitting the application form: 15 June 2017.

More info here.

NWO – Creative industry – knowledge innovation mapping (KIEM)
May 1 @ 12:00 – 12:00

The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) invites applications for its creative industry – knowledge innovation mapping (KIEM) programme. The aim of this programme is to promote and facilitate partnerships between knowledge institutions and private parties, including small and medium enterprises. The total budget for this call amounts to €1 million. NWO always contributes €15,000 of the total budget. The private partner must contribute at least €3,000, made of up at least €1,500 in cash matching funds.

Please note that applications for KIEM funding can be submitted continuously from January 5th 2016 until November 30th 2017 14h00 CET. Please note, however, that if the available funds have been exhausted before November 30th 2017 14h00 CET then this call for proposals will be closed prior to this date.

http://www.nwo.nl/en/funding/our-funding-instruments/gw/creative-industry/creative-industry—knowledge-innovation-mapping-kiem/creative-industry—knowledge-innovation-mapping-kiem.html

 

May
24
Wed
ERA-Net Ambient Assisted Living: packages integrating different ICT based solutions based to support active, healthy and independent living of older adults
May 24 @ 09:00

ERA-Net Ambient Assisted Living Joint Programme invites proposals for its call on packages integrating different solutions based on ICT to support active, healthy and independent living of older adults. This supports innovative, transnational and multi-disciplinary collaborative projects. Projects must demonstrate a clear route to market and added-value for the different type of end-users. Projects must focus on designing packages with built-in flexibility and a variety of components in order to meet diverse individual situations and to remain attractive to end-users over time. Proposed solutions should be affordable, user-friendly, secure and reliable. Packages should be based on existing or open platforms. Projects must answer the need for extensive testing and evaluating of packages in order to provide meaningful and significant results.

Consortia of at least three and no more than 10 independent eligible organisations from at least three different AAL partner states may apply. Consortia must include at least one eligible for-profit business partner, one eligible for-profit SME partner and one eligible end-user organisation.

The indicative total funding for this call is €26,3 million. The maximum funding is €2,5 million per project.

More info here.

Jun
1
Thu
NWO – Creative industry – knowledge innovation mapping (KIEM)
Jun 1 @ 12:00 – 12:00

The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) invites applications for its creative industry – knowledge innovation mapping (KIEM) programme. The aim of this programme is to promote and facilitate partnerships between knowledge institutions and private parties, including small and medium enterprises. The total budget for this call amounts to €1 million. NWO always contributes €15,000 of the total budget. The private partner must contribute at least €3,000, made of up at least €1,500 in cash matching funds.

Please note that applications for KIEM funding can be submitted continuously from January 5th 2016 until November 30th 2017 14h00 CET. Please note, however, that if the available funds have been exhausted before November 30th 2017 14h00 CET then this call for proposals will be closed prior to this date.

http://www.nwo.nl/en/funding/our-funding-instruments/gw/creative-industry/creative-industry—knowledge-innovation-mapping-kiem/creative-industry—knowledge-innovation-mapping-kiem.html

 

NWO: Big Data/Digital Humanities
Jun 1 @ 14:00

This call aims to contribute to the development of research in the field of creative industries and big data while boosting the research in the field of digital humanities. Research proposals must contain a clear ICT research component or focus on the development of new digital methods, aim at answering a humanities research question and relate to different types of data or different types of sources. This call has two themes:

•interpretation and recycling of large scale data, both digital born as digitalised;

•access to and the sustainable maintenance of both digital born as digitalised data.

Consortia consisting of at least two researchers from different faculties or knowledge institutes and at least one private partner may apply. The main applicant must be an experienced researcher with a PhD and be affiliated to one of the following institutes for the duration of the project: Dutch universities, NWO and Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) institutes, the Netherlands Cancer Institute (NKI), the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, the DUBBLE Beamline in Grenoble, Naturalis Biodiversity Centre and the Advanced Research Centre for NanoLithogrpahy (ARCNL).

The total budget is €2.581 million. Applications may be submitted for embedded research, strategic research or a combination of both. Embedded research is intended to stimulate and further develop interaction and cooperation between science and industry. Embedded research grants are worth between €75,000 and €125,000 for a duration between six months and five years. Strategic research proposals focus on long term research questions of industry and societal institutions. Strategic research grants are worth between €250,000 and €500,000 for a duration between two and five years. Between 20 and 50 per cent of co-funding from the private and public partners is required, of which 50 per cent must be in cash from the private partner.

More info here.

Jul
1
Sat
NWO – Creative industry – knowledge innovation mapping (KIEM)
Jul 1 @ 12:00 – 12:00

The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) invites applications for its creative industry – knowledge innovation mapping (KIEM) programme. The aim of this programme is to promote and facilitate partnerships between knowledge institutions and private parties, including small and medium enterprises. The total budget for this call amounts to €1 million. NWO always contributes €15,000 of the total budget. The private partner must contribute at least €3,000, made of up at least €1,500 in cash matching funds.

Please note that applications for KIEM funding can be submitted continuously from January 5th 2016 until November 30th 2017 14h00 CET. Please note, however, that if the available funds have been exhausted before November 30th 2017 14h00 CET then this call for proposals will be closed prior to this date.

http://www.nwo.nl/en/funding/our-funding-instruments/gw/creative-industry/creative-industry—knowledge-innovation-mapping-kiem/creative-industry—knowledge-innovation-mapping-kiem.html

 

Aug
1
Tue
NWO – Creative industry – knowledge innovation mapping (KIEM)
Aug 1 @ 12:00 – 12:00

The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) invites applications for its creative industry – knowledge innovation mapping (KIEM) programme. The aim of this programme is to promote and facilitate partnerships between knowledge institutions and private parties, including small and medium enterprises. The total budget for this call amounts to €1 million. NWO always contributes €15,000 of the total budget. The private partner must contribute at least €3,000, made of up at least €1,500 in cash matching funds.

Please note that applications for KIEM funding can be submitted continuously from January 5th 2016 until November 30th 2017 14h00 CET. Please note, however, that if the available funds have been exhausted before November 30th 2017 14h00 CET then this call for proposals will be closed prior to this date.

http://www.nwo.nl/en/funding/our-funding-instruments/gw/creative-industry/creative-industry—knowledge-innovation-mapping-kiem/creative-industry—knowledge-innovation-mapping-kiem.html

 

Aug
31
Thu
NWO – Rubicon
Aug 31 @ 14:00

The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) invites applications for the Rubicon grants. These enable recently promoted researchers from all scientific disciplines to conduct a research project at a foreign research institute. Limited opportunities are available to apply for a research period at a Dutch research institute. Applications are open to researchers who have been involved in academic research in the last five years preceeding the relevant deadline and who have been awarded a doctorate in the last year preceeding the relevant deadline.

Applicants who are still engaged in doctoral research may only apply, if their supervisor provides a written declaration approving their thesis. Female researchers are particularly encouraged to apply. Applications must be submitted by individual researchers and not by pairs or research groups. Each candidate may only submit an application for a Rubicon grant once.

The total available budget is €2.28 million. Funding may be used towards salary, travel and research costs. Research projects should have a duration of one to two years.

Deadlines in 2017 are:  30 March, 31 August and 30 November.

More information here.

Sep
1
Fri
NWO – Creative industry – knowledge innovation mapping (KIEM)
Sep 1 @ 12:00 – 12:00

The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) invites applications for its creative industry – knowledge innovation mapping (KIEM) programme. The aim of this programme is to promote and facilitate partnerships between knowledge institutions and private parties, including small and medium enterprises. The total budget for this call amounts to €1 million. NWO always contributes €15,000 of the total budget. The private partner must contribute at least €3,000, made of up at least €1,500 in cash matching funds.

Please note that applications for KIEM funding can be submitted continuously from January 5th 2016 until November 30th 2017 14h00 CET. Please note, however, that if the available funds have been exhausted before November 30th 2017 14h00 CET then this call for proposals will be closed prior to this date.

http://www.nwo.nl/en/funding/our-funding-instruments/gw/creative-industry/creative-industry—knowledge-innovation-mapping-kiem/creative-industry—knowledge-innovation-mapping-kiem.html

 

Oct
1
Sun
NWO – Creative industry – knowledge innovation mapping (KIEM)
Oct 1 @ 12:00 – 12:00

The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) invites applications for its creative industry – knowledge innovation mapping (KIEM) programme. The aim of this programme is to promote and facilitate partnerships between knowledge institutions and private parties, including small and medium enterprises. The total budget for this call amounts to €1 million. NWO always contributes €15,000 of the total budget. The private partner must contribute at least €3,000, made of up at least €1,500 in cash matching funds.

Please note that applications for KIEM funding can be submitted continuously from January 5th 2016 until November 30th 2017 14h00 CET. Please note, however, that if the available funds have been exhausted before November 30th 2017 14h00 CET then this call for proposals will be closed prior to this date.

http://www.nwo.nl/en/funding/our-funding-instruments/gw/creative-industry/creative-industry—knowledge-innovation-mapping-kiem/creative-industry—knowledge-innovation-mapping-kiem.html

 

Nov
1
Wed
NWO – Creative industry – knowledge innovation mapping (KIEM)
Nov 1 @ 12:00 – 12:00

The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) invites applications for its creative industry – knowledge innovation mapping (KIEM) programme. The aim of this programme is to promote and facilitate partnerships between knowledge institutions and private parties, including small and medium enterprises. The total budget for this call amounts to €1 million. NWO always contributes €15,000 of the total budget. The private partner must contribute at least €3,000, made of up at least €1,500 in cash matching funds.

Please note that applications for KIEM funding can be submitted continuously from January 5th 2016 until November 30th 2017 14h00 CET. Please note, however, that if the available funds have been exhausted before November 30th 2017 14h00 CET then this call for proposals will be closed prior to this date.

http://www.nwo.nl/en/funding/our-funding-instruments/gw/creative-industry/creative-industry—knowledge-innovation-mapping-kiem/creative-industry—knowledge-innovation-mapping-kiem.html

 

Nov
30
Thu
NWO – Rubicon
Nov 30 @ 14:00

The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) invites applications for the Rubicon grants. These enable recently promoted researchers from all scientific disciplines to conduct a research project at a foreign research institute. Limited opportunities are available to apply for a research period at a Dutch research institute. Applications are open to researchers who have been involved in academic research in the last five years preceeding the relevant deadline and who have been awarded a doctorate in the last year preceeding the relevant deadline.

Applicants who are still engaged in doctoral research may only apply, if their supervisor provides a written declaration approving their thesis. Female researchers are particularly encouraged to apply. Applications must be submitted by individual researchers and not by pairs or research groups. Each candidate may only submit an application for a Rubicon grant once.

The total available budget is €2.28 million. Funding may be used towards salary, travel and research costs. Research projects should have a duration of one to two years.

Deadlines in 2017 are:  30 March, 31 August and 30 November.

More information here.