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Open Calls for Research Fundings

Research Project Grant for research collaboration between China and Sweden

The aim of the grant is to support the development of long-term research collaboration between Swedish and Chinese researchers. 

The Sino-Swedish Joint Research Programme was initiated in order to promote collaboration between researchers from Sweden and China as well as supporting research of the highest scientific quality. The programme has a long term perspective where calls for network grants in 2015 now are followed by calls for project grants. The grants are financed by the Swedish Research Council in Sweden and the National Natural Science foundation of China (NSFC) in China on the principle of reciprocity and parity.

The Swedish Research Council and NSFC will have joint administration of the call and make a joint decision by using a panel consisting of both Swedish and Chinese evaluators. 

Summary

 

Type of grant

Project funding

Area

Medicine and Health

Focus and call objectives:

Applications concern joint research collaborations between China and Sweden within any or both of the two subfocuses: Disease due to environmental impact or life style factors and Treatment of chronic disease.

Applicationt

Individual researcher active in Sweden in collaboration with a researcher active in China

Grant period

3 years

Grant amount

Maximum 1 000 000 SEK (Swedish part) and 1 000 000 CNY (Chinese part) per year and collaboration project

Budgetary framework

A maximum total of 10 collaboration projects may be funded within the call

Call deadline

23 May 2017 (at 10:00/10 a.m. Swedish time, 16:00/4 p.m. Chinese time)

Publication of grant award decisions

No later than end of November 2017

Grant period start date

January 2018

 

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Bilateral utlysning med Kina - Samarbete för forskning, utveckling och innovation inom life science och trafiksäkerhet

Med det här erbjudandet vill vi skapa möjligheter för bilateralt samarbete med Kina inom life science och trafiksäkerhet. Syftet med erbjudandet är att stärka forskning, utveckling och innovation som leder till ökad trafiksäkerhet och bättre hälsa i Sverige och i andra länder.

Vad kan ni söka för? 

Forsknings-, utvecklings- eller innovationsprojekt inom life science och trafiksäkerhet. Projektet ska pågå i 2–3 år.

Vem kan söka? 

Enskilda företag eller konstellationer av företag, akademi och/eller offentlig sektor. Projektet ska ha ett samarbete med Kina.

Hur mycket medel kan sökas? 

Total budget för utlysningen i Sverige är 20 miljoner kronor.

Ansök senast: 26 juni kl 14:00

Projektet får starta: 1: april 2019

Vi vill uppmuntra initiativ som med hjälp av forskning och innovation utvecklar och ökar kompetensen inom områdena life science och trafiksäkerhet. Projekten ska vara ett samarbete mellan svenska och kinesiska aktörer.

Projekten ska pågå mellan två och tre år.

Programmets områden

Life Science

  • Infektionsprevention och antimikrobiell resistens
  • Individualiserad hälsa och precisionsmedicin
  • Traditionell kinesisk medicin
  • Digitalisering inom vård och omsorg

Trafiksäkerhet

  • Analys av beteendet hos förare och utsatta trafikanter
  • Teknik för djupgående undersökning och analys av trafikolyckor
  • Avancerad teknik och utrustning för räddningstjänst och insatser vid trafikolyckor

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Research project grant for research collaboration between China and Sweden

The aim of the grant is to support the development of long-term basic research collaboration between Swedish and Chinese researchers. The Sino-Swedish Joint Research Programme was initiated in order to promote collaboration between researchers from Sweden and China as well as supporting research of the highest scientific quality. The programme has a long term perspective where calls for network grants in 2016 now are followed by calls for project grants. The grants are financed by the Swedish Research Council in Sweden and the National Natural Science foundation of China (NSFC) in China on the principal of reciprocity and parity. The Swedish Research Council and NSFC will have joint administration of the call and make a joint decision by using a panel consisting of both Swedish and Chinese evaluators.

Summary

 

Type of grant

Research project funding

Subject area

Natural and Engineering Sciences

Focus and call objectives

Applications concern joint research collaborations between China and Sweden within any or both of the two sub focuses Biotechnology and New energy.

Applicant

Individual researcher active in Sweden in collaboration with a researcher active in China.

Grant period

3 years

Grant amount

1 000 000 SEK (Swedish part) per year and 1 000 000 CNY (Chinese part) per year and collaboration project.

Budgetary framework

A total of 10 collaboration projects may be funded within the call.

Call deadline

22 May 2018 (at 10:00/10 a.m. Swedish time, 16:00/4 p.m. Chinese time)

Publication of grant award

No later than the end of November 2018

Start of grant period

January 2019

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Research environment grant: Interdisciplinary research

The purpose of the Research environment grant Interdisciplinary research is to give research groups the possibility to develop interdisciplinary research and research environments where new ground breaking knowledge can be expected. The grant is intended for research where theories, methods, expertise and/or data from different disciplines are combined in such a way as to open up new research fields and approaches to research. The support is long-term and is primarily intended for new interdisciplinary research constellations consisting of researchers from genuinely different scientific fields. The Swedish Research Council rewards research of the highest scientific quality in national competitio.n

Summary:

 

Type of grant

Research environment grant and research collaboration funding

Subject area

All areas

Focus

Interdisciplinary research

Applicant

Individual researcher

Participating researchers

A minimum of two and up to six researchers shall be invited to join the application. The researcher constellation shall represent at least two different subjects.

Grant period

4–6 years

Grant amount

3–5 million SEK per year, including indirect costs

Budgetary framework

20 million SEK per year during a six-year period, which means that 4-6 grants can be awarded

Call deadline

22 May 2018 (14.00/2 p.m.)

Publication of grant award

No later than December 2018

Start of grant period

January 2019

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Research project grant: Sustainability and resilience – Tackling consequences of climate and environmental changes

The purpose of the research project grant is to give researchers the freedom to formulate by themselves the research concept, method and implementation, and to solve a specific research task within a limited period. This grant is funded jointly by the Swedish Research Council and Sida through the Swedish Government’s development aid funds, and by Formas’ and Forte’s research appropriations. The research shall be relevant to poverty reduction and for sustainable development in low-income countries. A minimum of one researcher from a low income or lower middle income country shall participate. Grants are available for relevant research of the highest scientific quality within all scientific areas.

 

Summary

 

 

Type of grant

Research project funding

Subject area

Development Research

Focus

Sustainability and resilience

Applicant

Individual researcher

Participating researchers

A minimum of one and a maximum of six researchers shall be invited to join the application. At least one participating researcher shall be active at an HEI or corresponding in a low income or lower middle income country.

Grant period

1–3 years

Grant amount

Minimum 400 000 SEK per year, maximum 2 000 000 SEK per year

Call deadline

8 May 2018 (14.00/2 p.m.)

Publication of grant award

At latest in January 2019

Start of grant period

January 2019

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