We would like to inform that the Transfer Project Call Steering Committee (CSC) has finalised the general and national eligibility check. All proposals submitted have passed the check and will now enter the external evaluation. Congratulations!
It is planned, that the evaluation panel will convene in October. The coordinators of the proposals will be informed about the outcome afterwards.
Please note, that any modifications of the timeline will be published here.
We like to inform you that we will postpone the deadline of full-proposal submission for the Transfer Project Call. The new deadline for submission of full-proposals for Transfer projects is 4th June 2020 17:00 CEST. Please note that this refers to the Transfer Project call only, the deadline for the Scientific call will still be May 18th, 17:00 CEST. For further questions please contact the Call Secretariat.
19. March 2020
Deadline extension due to COVID-19: We like to inform you that due to the Covid-19 pandemia we will postpone the deadline of full-proposal submission for the Transfer Project Call. The new deadline for submission of full-proposals for Transfer projects is 18th May 2020 17:00 CEST. For further questions please contact the Call Secretariat.
New funding organisation joins Transfer Project: France now joins the call and provides funding within theme 1 ("Research") of the Transfer Project.
31. March 2020
National funding regulations for SRC (Sweden) have been updated.
Welcome to the Transfer project Call accompanying the transnational Joint Call 2020 “Risks posed to human health and the environment by pollutants and pathogens present in water resources (AquaticPollutants)”.
The three Joint Programming Initiatives (JPIs) on Water, Oceans and Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) are pleased to pre-announce an additional call for proposals on Transfer Projects addressing research and development for supporting knowledge transfer, scientific networking, and public engagement based on the AquaticPollutants 2020 Joint Transnational Call projects. This Transfer Project is a novelty for the JPIs and emphasizes the high transfer orientation of the topic.
The Transfer Project will be part of the AquaticPollutants projects’ family and accompany its research and innovation projects. The objective is to realize a better and wider dissemination, develop new innovative methods to support the transfer of research and the uptake of results into the public and administrative sector, policy, industry or economy. This will lead to a greater and focused impact and increase the awareness of the research projects’ outcomes.
Moreover, cross-cutting issues that address all transnational projects alike, can be dealt with and lead to a better alignment of the three participating JPIs.
The call is envisaged to support following themes:
For this call, funding partners from France, Germany, and Sweden have allocated a total amount of approx. 1 million Euro. These funds will be used for R&I activities carried out by researchers and institutions according to the funding rules and legal frameworks of their respective FPOs.
If you want to register yourself as a coordinator for a transnational research project, please thoroughly read the Call Announcement, National Regulations and Guideline for Proposal Submission beforehand! This will help to ensure your planned project fits within the focus of this call.
Please note that all national funding organisations have specific funding rules. So, we strongly encourage you to take a close look at the national regulations, which you can find under "CALL DOCUMENTS" (left side of this webpage).
The Swedish Research Council will support only swedish researcher under the theme “Research and development of innovative strategies and methods for knowledge transfer, scientific networking, and increased public engagement”.
Only coordinators can upload a proposal. The coordinator needs to register all project partners.
The deadline for submitting proposals is 04 June, 2020, 17:00 CEST. Applications received after the deadline will not be considered.
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 869178-AquaticPollutants.