Interested in learning more about National and International Funding Opportunities for your Research or Innovation Project? Then this calendar is the place you need to go.
There are several funding opportunities for developing new, or expanding existing, research infrastructures within Horizon 2020.
This programme normally accepts grant applications from:
Institutions, companies and other entities may seek funding for research and development activity from the Research Council. Individuals are normally not eligible to apply for funding.
Personal Overseas Research Grants are available for project managers of Young Research Talents projects and FRIPRO-funded research fellows. The call for proposals for Personal Overseas Research Grants is open-ended.
NOK 2 million for travel support is offered in this open-ended call to expand industry-oriented R&D cooperation with Brazil, Canada, China, India, Japan, Russia, Singapore, South Africa and the US.
Norway has nine priority partner countries outside the EU/EEA: Brazil, Canada, China, India, Japan, Russia, South Africa, Singapore and the US. Bilateral cooperation provides access to global knowledge production and helps to ensure that Norway benefits from the results of international research. Calls for proposals under this activity may address all or some of these countries. They may be directed towards certain target groups and may encompass travel support, fellowships and support for events.
ERC Starting Grants are awarded to experienced research leaders, with a ten year excellent track record.
Individual Fellowships (IF) are awarded to the best researchers at postdoctoral level, of any nationality, for 12-24 months employment in EU Member States or Associated Countries. Fellowships take form of European or Global Fellowships. Global Fellowships have a mandatory 12 month return period.
Overview of calls from the National Institute of Health (NIH) open for international researchers. Deadlines: Several until 2018.
Innovative Training Networks (MSCA-ITN-2019) deadline is 15th January 2019.
The NANO2021 programme will provide partial funding for scientific events and networks to encourage activities that promote national and international contacts within the programme’s thematic priority areas.