Calendar – Call deadlines

Sep
27
Tue
NWO – Smart Culture – Art and Culture
Sep 27 @ 14:00

NWO-GW invites applications for its smart culture – art and culture grant. This aims to make connections between concrete innovative art and cultural practices and more comprehensive academic and social issues in the arts, culture, heritage and media in relation to the creative industry. The call intends to make a contribution to strengthening the ecosystem of the creative sector by financing joint research between universities and and universities of applied science, based on the idea that fundamental and practice-oriented research can enhance each other. The research subjects can be related to the entire breadth of the cultural and creative chain, from creation to production and reception with specific attention for the maker. Two types of research will be funded:

  • Embedded research, intended to facilitate and further expand the interaction and collaboration between science and industry and public partners, with grants ranging from €75,000 to €125,000 each for six months to four years;
  • Strategic research, focusing on long-term research questions from society or industry, with grants ranging from €125,000 to €375,000 each for two to five years.

Consortia consisting of at least one researcher and one private partner may apply. Public partners are also expressively invited to participate.

More info here.

Deadline September 27, 14:00

H2020 – Future and Emerging Technologies (FET)
Sep 27 @ 17:00

Call – FET Proactive – High Performance Computing

FETHPC-01-2016: Co-design of HPC systems and applications (RIA)

Sep
30
Fri
Other – Distinguished women scientists fund travel grant LNVH
Sep 30 @ 17:00

The Dutch Network of Women Professors invites applications for its distinguished women scientists fund travel grant. This enables female postdoctoral researchers to travel abroad within the framework of their discipline. This includes a visit to a foreign scientific institution, field or archive research, or to undertake an internship.

Postdoctoral researchers up to three years after promotion who are residing in the Netherlands may apply. The three-year term may be extended to 18 months per child, due to pregnancy and birth, or by a term of at most 18 months due to necessary care given to family members or other relevant family circumstances.

The grant is worth up to €1,500.

More info here.

Oct
1
Sat
Humboldt research fellowships for postdoctoral researchers
Oct 1 @ 12:00

The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation invites applications for the Humboldt research fellowships for postdoctoral researchers. These enable scholars of all nationalities and disciplines to conduct research at a research institution of their choice in Germany for a period of six to 24 months. Applicants must have completed their doctorates under four years ago and not have resided in Germany for more than six months at the time of application.

The fellowship is worth €2,650 per month, plus a research allowance of €800 per month for natural sciences and engineering projects or €500 per month for humanities and social sciences projects. Travel costs, a language fellowship, family allowances and a Europe allowance are also available.

Continuous application, no deadline.

https://www.humboldt-foundation.de/web/humboldt-fellowship-postdoc.html

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

 

STW – Open Technology Programme
Oct 1 @ 14:00

Technology Foundation STW invites proposals for its open technology programme. This focuses on scientific and technical research and is characterised by an absence of disciplinary boundaries.

Assistant, associate and full professors with a tenured position at a Dutch universitiy or university medical centre, a Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) or the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) institute, the Netherlands Cancer Institute (NKI), the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics in Nijmegen, DUBBLE beamline at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility in Grenoble, Naturalis Biodiversity Center and the Advanced Research Centre for NanoLithography are eligible to apply. Researchers with a tenure track appointment are eligible as well.

Participation with other institutes not eligible for STW funding is allowed but the non-eligible institutes are responsible for their own costs.

The 2016 programme budget is worth €19.5 million. The maximum STW contribution is €750,000 per project. Projects that have received at least €250,000 of investments in equipment may receive up to €1m. If the total project costs exceed €500,000, co-financers are required to make a 25 per cent contribution of any amount exceeding €500,000. Projects may have a maximum duration of up to six years. Applications must be written in English.

No deadline, continuous application for 2016. 

http://www.stw.nl/nl/content/open-technologieprogramma

Oct
3
Mon
Other – Dutch Language Union – Cross border culture policy programme
Oct 3 @ 12:00

The Dutch Language Union (NTU) invites applications for its investing in cross border culture policy programme. This encourages partnerships between NTU and organisations that promote the Dutch language and contribute to the exchange of the Dutch culture between the Netherlands, Flanders and Suriname.

Applicants should be non-profit and legal entities and should have a network within the Dutch language region. Its members should be Dutch, Flemish or Surinamese.

Funding may be used for the organisation of conferences, campaigns or festivals. Funding is not intended for one time collaborative initiatives.

More info here.

Oct
4
Tue
NWO – Vidi [EXPECTED]
Oct 4 @ 14:00

Call has not been published yet, more info will follow as soon as this becomes available. 

Oct
11
Tue
ZonMW – Onderzoeksprogramma GGz – Middellange projecten
Oct 11 @ 14:00

[Dutch only]

In deze subsidieronde kunt u projectideeën indienen voor onderzoeksprojecten over vroege herkenning en behandeling en gepersonaliseerde zorg in de GGz. Projectideeën voor projecten met een looptijd van 4 jaar kunnen ingediend worden. Indien goed beargumenteerd kan van deze looptijd worden afgeweken, tot een maximale looptijd van 7 jaar. Richtbedrag is €400.000,- per aanvraag. In totaal is voor deze subsidieronde €3.000.000,- beschikbaar.

More info here.

Oct
18
Tue
H2020 ERC-2016-STG ERC starting grants [EXPECTED]
Oct 18 @ 17:00

ERC Starting Grants aim to support up-and-coming research leaders who are about to establish a proper research team and to start conducting independent research in Europe. The scheme targets promising researchers who have the proven potential of becoming independent research leaders. It will support the creation of excellent new research teams.

For researchers of any nationality with 2-7 years of experience since completion of PhD (or equivalent degree) and scientific track record showing great promise. Funding per grant: up to € 1.5 million. Duration: up to 5 years

http://erc.europa.eu/starting-grants

Nov
1
Tue
Netherlands eScience Center – Path-finding projects
Nov 1 @ 09:00

The Netherlands eScience Center invites applications for its path-finding projects. These provide the opportunity to address novel data or computationally intensive scientific challenges, serving as a pilot for future research projects or investigate the potential to initiate full projects. Path-finding projects preferably incorporate elements of at least one of the key technological competencies defined by NLeSC:

•optimised data handling, including combining structured and unstructured data, real-time data analysis, database optimisation, and data-interoperability;

•big data analytics, including data interpretation, data exploration, analysis, data mining, machine learning, text analysis, and visualisation;

•efficient computing, including high-performance and distributed computing, heterogeneous computing, efficient algorithm design and accelerated hardware.

NLeSC typically awards five to six path-finding projects up to €50,000 each per year.

More info here.

NWO – Young responsible design award
Nov 1 @ 09:00

The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research invites video entries for its young responsible design award. This recognises an innovative responsible design or idea to solve an urgent societal problem. Videos may address issues in the following areas:

•healthcare;

•energy;

•artificial agents;

•information technology;

•food and agriculture.

Interdisciplinary teams consisting of academics, students and young professionals may submit a video that is no longer than five minutes. The average age of the of the team should be below 35.

The winner team receives a prize that can be used to further the development or realisation of the idea or to further the professionalisation of the team members.

More info here.

Humboldt research fellowships for postdoctoral researchers
Nov 1 @ 12:00

The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation invites applications for the Humboldt research fellowships for postdoctoral researchers. These enable scholars of all nationalities and disciplines to conduct research at a research institution of their choice in Germany for a period of six to 24 months. Applicants must have completed their doctorates under four years ago and not have resided in Germany for more than six months at the time of application.

The fellowship is worth €2,650 per month, plus a research allowance of €800 per month for natural sciences and engineering projects or €500 per month for humanities and social sciences projects. Travel costs, a language fellowship, family allowances and a Europe allowance are also available.

Continuous application, no deadline.

https://www.humboldt-foundation.de/web/humboldt-fellowship-postdoc.html

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

 

STW – Open Technology Programme
Nov 1 @ 14:00

Technology Foundation STW invites proposals for its open technology programme. This focuses on scientific and technical research and is characterised by an absence of disciplinary boundaries.

Assistant, associate and full professors with a tenured position at a Dutch universitiy or university medical centre, a Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) or the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) institute, the Netherlands Cancer Institute (NKI), the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics in Nijmegen, DUBBLE beamline at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility in Grenoble, Naturalis Biodiversity Center and the Advanced Research Centre for NanoLithography are eligible to apply. Researchers with a tenure track appointment are eligible as well.

Participation with other institutes not eligible for STW funding is allowed but the non-eligible institutes are responsible for their own costs.

The 2016 programme budget is worth €19.5 million. The maximum STW contribution is €750,000 per project. Projects that have received at least €250,000 of investments in equipment may receive up to €1m. If the total project costs exceed €500,000, co-financers are required to make a 25 per cent contribution of any amount exceeding €500,000. Projects may have a maximum duration of up to six years. Applications must be written in English.

No deadline, continuous application for 2016. 

http://www.stw.nl/nl/content/open-technologieprogramma