Scopul competiției este capitalizarea expertizei şi experienţei acumulate de cercetători români
de prestigiu din diaspora, în manifestări ştiinţifice care facilitează transferul de competenţe, în
vederea crearii unui spaţiu al dialogului şi al colaborării între cercetătorii români, indiferent de
locul unde trăiesc şi lucrează.
Termen limită: 20 noiembrie 2017, ora 16.00 https://uefiscdi.ro/proiecte-de- mobilitate-pentru- cercetatori-cu- experienta-din- diaspora
A fost lansat cel de-al 3-lea apel al iniţiativei ERA-NET Smart Grids Plus, definit
în contextul unei viziuni care urmăreşte crearea unui sistem de energie electrică
care să integreze energia regenerabilă şi să permită tehnologii flexibile de
consum şi producție.
Termen limită: 14 noiembrie 2017, ora 14:00 CEST
Proiectele vor fi finanțate pe o perioadă de maxim 3 ani.
https://uefiscdi.ro/era-net- smart-grids- plus.
Scopul instrumentului de finanțare constă în creşterea impactului şi vizibilităţii internaţionale a cercetării – dezvoltării - inovării româneşti prin recunoaşterea şi recompensarea rezultatelor semnificative protejate prin brevete de invenție. Termen limită: 15 decembrie 2017, ora 16.00 https://uefiscdi.ro/premierea-rezultatelor-cercetarii-brevete
The Innovative Training Networks (ITN) aim to train a new generation of creative, entrepreneurial and innovative early-stage researchers, able to face current and future challenges and to convert knowledge and ideas into products and services for economic and social benefit.
ITN supports competitively selected joint research training and/or doctoral programmes, implemented by partnerships of universities, research institutions, research infrastructures, businesses, SMEs, and other socio-economic actors from different countries across Europe and beyond.
Partnerships take the form of collaborative European Training Networks (ETN), European Industrial Doctorates (EID) or European Joint Doctorates (EJD).
The European Union’s objective to constitute an area of freedom, security and justice should be achieved, inter alia, through common measures framing a policy on asylum and immigration, based on solidarity between Member States, which is fair towards third countries and their nationals.
In order to contribute to the development of the common Union policy on asylum and immigration and to the strengthening of the area of freedom, security and justice in the light of the application of the principles of solidarity and responsibility-sharing between the Member States and cooperation with third countries, the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) was set up. It aims at supporting actions to contribute to the efficient management of migration flows and the implementation, strengthening and development of a common Union approach to asylum and immigration. Deadline: 01 March 2018 https://goo.gl/6EGWgY
The SOFT Innovation Prize is being offered to highlight and reward the excellence in innovation that can be found in fusion research as well as the quality of the researchers and industries involved. Following the successful running of this contest in coordination with SOFT 2014 and 2016 (Symposium on Fusion Technology), the European Commission is holding the contest again in coordination with the next SOFT in 2018. There are no specific categories for this prize. Contestants are free to submit an application concerning any physics or technology innovation that has been or is being developed in magnetic confinement fusion research and that has a market potential or has been taken up (or recognised) by industry to be further developed for the market. Deadline: 08 March 2018https://goo.gl/9AedbX
L’appel à manifestation d’intérêt s’adresse aux universités membres de l’AUF en Europe centrale et orientale proposant des formations partiellement ou entièrement francophones et qui souhaitent renforcer les compétences linguistiques et méthodologiques des étudiants et des enseignants francophones.
Bugetul disponibil pentru această sesiune este de 15.000.000 lei, repartizat pe 12 arii de finanţare astfel:
ARTE VIZUALE, TEATRU, MUZICĂ, DANS, INTERVENȚIE CULTURALĂ, EDUCAȚIE PRIN CULTURĂ, PROMOVAREA CULTURII SCRISE, PATRIMONIU CULTURAL MATERIAL, PATRIMONIU CULTURAL IMATERIAL, PROIECTE CU CARACTER REPETITIV/DE TIP FESTIVAL, PROIECTE DEDICATE CENTENARULUI, ARTĂ DIGITALĂ ȘI NOILE MEDIA.
Suma maximă care poate fi solicitată pentru un proiect este diferită în funcţie de aria tematică, după cum urmează:
- 80.000 lei - Arte Vizuale, Artele spectacolului (teatru, muzică, dans), Proiecte cu caracter repetitiv/de tip festival; Proiecte dedicate Centenarului; Artă digitală și noile media;
- 70.000 lei - Educaţie prin cultură;
- 55.000 lei - Intervenţie culturală, Promovarea culturii scrise, Patrimoniu Cultural Material, Patrimoniu Cultural Imaterial.
Vor fi acordate finanţări nerambursabile pentru proiecte culturale ce se vor derula în perioada cuprinsă între data semnării contractului de finanţare şi 15.11.2018.
Prin Ordinul ministrului cercetării și inovării nr. 305/12.03.2018 a fost aprobată lansarea Apelului comun România - Republica Populară Chineză pentru proiecte de mobilități, pentru perioada 2018-2019, în cadrul PNCDI III, Programul 3. Cooperare europeană și internațională, Subprogramul 3.1 Bilateral/multilateral, Proiecte de mobilități. Bugetul total alocat competiției este de 1.500.000 lei (500.000 lei în 2018 și 1.000.000 lei în 2019).
Termen limită de depunere a propunerilor de proiecte: 31 martie 2018
Public and private institutions registered in a CEI Member State, as well as international and regional organisations, are invited to apply to the CEI Cooperation Fund for innovative actions favouring mobility and networking. Proposals need to focus on capacity building by transferring and sharing know-how, in particular from EU CEI Member States to non-EU CEI Member States.
Eligible applicants for a scholarship in the framework of the NSP:
- PhD students whose higher education or scientific training takes place outside Slovakia and who are accepted by a public, private or state university or a research institution in Slovakia eligible to carry out a doctoral study programme (e.g. the Slovak Academy of Sciences) for an academic mobility to study/conduct research in Slovakia. Duration of a scholarship stay (PhD students): 1 – 10 months (580 € / month).
- International university teachers, researchers and artists who are invited to a teaching/research/artistic stay in Slovakia by an institution with a valid certificate of eligibility to carry out research and development, which is not a business company and it has its headquarters in Slovakia. Duration of a scholarship stay (university teachers, researchers or artists): 1 – 10 months (580-1000 € / month).
Selection of scholarship holders is carried out by the Selection Committee appointed by the Minister of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the Slovak Republic. The Committee focuses mostly on:
- reasons, why the applicant has decided to study, teach, conduct research or artistic activities in the respective host institution;
- programme of applicant’s study, research/artistic or teaching stay and how the applicant will use the results of his/her scholarship stay for further studies or teaching/research/artistic activities;
- applicant’s professional and personal qualities;
- study or research achievements;
- attitude of applicant’s host institution toward the applicant in the admission/invitation letter;
- overall quality of submitted application.
Concerned about honeybee colony losses, beekeepers, beekeeper technicians and scientists in specific areas of Europe started analysing the pesticide content of bees and bee products. The results are often the same: bees are exposed to a wide variety of contaminants simultaneously and consecutively. Surprisingly, on many occasions the pesticides detected were not authorised, while in others they were found in natural areas away from the sources of contamination.
This pilot project is a citizens’ science project in which beekeepers from several countries (n= 5-6) in Europe will collect biweekly pollen samples during two beekeeping seasons. Pollen and pesticide analyses will serve to establish the botanical origin and contamination of the samples, respectively. Analytical data will be put in a geospatial context, aiming to understand the possible sources and variability of both bee food and contaminants. In specific cases, fresh honey samples may be collected. Analysis will screen for both authorised and non-authorised pesticide and veterinary products. The interpretation of the monitoring results will contribute to the evaluation of the implementation of European legislation in terms of pesticide application (sustainable use directive), pesticide authorisation and efficiency of agro-environmental and greening measures from the common agricultural policy.
This call for proposals aims to support governmental and non-governmental actors, and social partners in delivering on the rights and principles set out in the Pillar through social innovation and national policy reforms as regards reconciling work and private life, promoting access to social protection and developing adequate social protection systems.
The present call for proposals is divided in two lots.
- Lot "Access to social protection" should fund activities that test, develop and implement innovative actions to facilitate the access to individual information on social protection entitlements, with the purpose of facilitating labour market transitions and enabling people to manage their careers better.
- Lot "National reform support" will support national authorities in preparing policy reforms to ensure access to adequate rights in social protection regardless the form of employment, as envisaged by the Pillar. Forward-looking, evidence-based reforms are called for to modernise social protection systems and enable them to face challenges such as digitalisation and changing world of work, ageing of population and the capacity of welfare states to absorb economic shocks.
Acest urmăreşte sprijinirea şi încurajarea proiectelor de cercetare translațională, prin combinarea cercetării preclinice și/sau clinice cu componente computaționale.
Obiectivele generale ale apelului ERA PerMed sunt:
- să sprijine proiectele de cercetare translațională în domeniul medicinii personalizate;
- să încurajeze și să permită interdisciplinaritatea, prin combinarea cercetării preclinice și/sau clinice cu componente computaționale;
- să încurajeze colaborarea între mediul academic (echipe de cercetare din universități, instituții de învățământ superior, instituții publice care desfășoară activități de cercetare), cercetare clinică/publică în domeniul sănătății (echipe de cercetare din spitale/instituții de sănătate publică, instituții medicale și alte organizații de asistență medicală) IMM-uri (întreprinderi mici și mijlocii).
Topic 1 : Orphacodes Project
The objective of this action is to support Member states in improving gathering information on rare diseases by implementation of Orphacodes (rare diseases specific codification system). The implementation precess should be guided by "Standard procedure and guide for the coding with Orphacodes" and "Specification and implementation manual of the Master file" both developed in a frame of the current RD-ACTION.
Deadline: 26 April 2018
http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/opportunities/3hp/topics/pj-03-2018.html Topic 2 : Supporting Member States voluntary cooperation in the area of pricing through the Euripid Collaboration
The grant will contribute to further establishing the Euripid database as an effective voluntary cooperation between Member States aiming at increasing capacity within pricing and reimbursement authorities with a view to ensure that health systems can perform better in the area of pharmaceutical expenditure and on pharmaceutical policies in generalThis action seeks to continue supporting the establishment and appropriate use of the data set on medicinal product prices (EURIPID) and on training and technical support to users of the database (helpdesk).
Deadline: 26 April 2018
http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/opportunities/3hp/topics/pj-02-2018.html Topic 3 : Scaling up integrated care
Integrated care seeks to improve patient experience, outcomes of care and effectiveness of health systems (known as "triple aim") through linkage or coordination of services and providers along the continuum of care. Integrated care is multidimensional. For patients with chronic conditions in particular, integrated care aims at improving or maintaining an individual's functional status, prolonging life and enhancing its quality by reducing discomfort caused by symptoms. To do this successfully, healthcare must overcome its fragmentation and also link actively with social cases.
The aim is to support Member States' efforts to address challenges arising from intra-EU mobility whilst also promoting and facilitating the effective exercise of the free movement rights by EU citizens and their family members. Project activities should foster the successful inclusion and participation of mobile EU citizens and their family members in the host EU country's civic and/or political life and/or their participation in the democratic life of the EU, particularly with a view to the 2019 European elections.
Support and complement the efforts of Member States in the field of disaster prevention, focusing on areas where cooperation provides added value and complement existing cooperation frameworks/instruments provided by relevant EU macro-regional strategies.
Enhance knowledge of effective preparedness and through the EC Disaster Risk Management Knowledge Centre. Develop cooperation across countries on challenges in the field of civil protection and/or marine pollution and enhance the awareness of professionals and volunteers. Complement existing cooperation frameworks/instruments provided by relevant EU macro-regional strategies. Deadline: 25 April 2018 http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/opportunities/ucpm/calls/ucpm-2018-pp-ag.html#c,topics=callIdentifier/s/UCPM-2018-PP-AG/1/1&+OPEN/asc
This call for proposals aims to support governmental and non-governmental actors, and social partners in delivering on the rights and principles set out in the Pillar through social innovation and national policy reforms as regards reconciling work and private life. This call aims at funding projects to develop, test, and implement innovative work-life balance strategies in the workplace. The purpose of these strategies is to facilitate the reconciliation of work and private life through supporting a more equal share of care responsibilities between working women and men, thereby encouraging a higher participation of women in the labour market.
3. ISFP-2017-AG-CYBER: Cybercrime - This action aims at developing transnational partnerships between Law Enforcement, private entities and academia to develop research, training and education in the domain of cybercrime; supporting policy developments (for instance fostering Law Enforcement cooperation and public-private partnerships in the area of fraud and counterfeiting of non-cash means of payment), developing investigative tools and databases and fostering cooperation (including Public-Private Partnerships) in the areas of cybercrime and child sexual exploitation (with specific focus on victims identification), supporting Law Enforcement engagement in the area of Internet governance, tackling the issue of travelling sex offenders, creating collaborative platforms for Law Enforcement cooperation for the creation, dissemination and improvement of IT tools, further developing interconnection between Law Enforcement and private entities in Member States to report cybercrime and share intelligence, creating a platform for Law Enforcement to swiftly access seized evidence or intelligence (or both) across borders. Deadline: 06 March 2018 http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/opportunities/isfp/topics/isfp-2017-ag-cyber.html
5. ISFP-2017-AG-RAD: Radicalisation - The present Call for Proposals aims at funding projects on preventing and countering radicalisation leading to violent extremism in the area of one of the following priorities: a. Increasing awareness, protecting, strengthening resilience of individuals and in particular vulnerable groups (such as children, youth, etc…) to polarisation; b. Developing targeted exit programmes enabling radicalised individuals to deradicalise and disengage and rehabilitate based on an integrated multi-agency approach. Deadline: 15 March 2018 http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/opportunities/isfp/topics/isfp-2017-ag-rad.html
6. ISFP-2017-AG-DRUGS: DRUGS - The objective is to address the external dimension of drugs trafficking by improving expertise in the area of drugs trafficking, in particular by enhancing operational knowledge, detection capacity, investigation and prosecution at the EU level and with key third countries; to promote best practices on addressing fragmentation of the relevant information and intelligence along the drug trafficking routes to and from the EU; to promote best practices concerning inter alia the detection of cocaine secondary extraction laboratories, indoor and outdoor cannabis cultivation, synthetic drugs labs and modus operandi notably via containers. Deadline: 13 March 2018 http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/opportunities/isfp/calls/isfp-2017-ag-drugs.html#c,topics=callIdentifier/s/ISFP-2017-AG-DRUGS/1/1&+OPEN/asc
Projects shall support capacity building of professionals working for and with children on the rights of the child and child protection: project activities shall focus on putting in place robust national or regional integrated mechanisms to support children ageing out of/leaving alternative care and they shall encompass a strong child participation component (in project conception and design/empowerment of children/the child’s right to be heard/children’s involvement in reviewing service delivery).
The objective of this topic is to scale up existing research for the benefit of the cybersecurity of the Digital Single Market, with solutions that can be marketable. For this, participants should in parallel propose, test, validate and exploit the possible organisational, functional, procedural, technological and operational setup of a cybersecurity competence network with a central competence hub. Projects under this topic will help build and strengthen cybersecurity capacities across the EU as well as provide valuable input for the future set-up of the Cybersecurity Competence Network with a European Cybersecurity Research and Competence Centre as mentioned by the Joint Communication.Deadline: 29 May 2018
1. Disseminating and/or scaling up good practices on inclusive learning initiated in particular at local level. In the context of the present call, scaling up means replicating good practice on a wider scale/transferring it to a different context or implementing it at a higher/systemic level;
2. Developing and implementing innovative methods and practices to foster inclusive education and/or youth environments in specific contexts.
Eligible applicants are public and private organisations active in the field of education, training and youth or other socio-economic sectors or organisations carrying out cross-sector activities (e.g. cultural organisations, civil society, sport organisations, recognition centres, chambers of commerce, trade organisations, etc.).
The minimum partnership composition requirement for this call is 4 eligible organisations from 4 different programme countries. If networks are involved in the project, the consortium must include at least 2 organisations which are not members of the network(s) and the consortium has to represent at least 4 eligible countries.
- The aim of the first priority is to support projects promoting equality for women and men in public debates, in leadership positions in politics and in the corporate sector;
- The aim of the second priority is to support projects aiming at better enforcement of EU law on work-life balance and in particular of protection against dismissal and unfavourable treatment due to pregnancy or parenthood.
The main objective of this call for proposals is to complement and add value to the activities indicated in the work programme of the European Platform tackling undeclared work. Other objectives are to develop and fund innovative initiatives which shall contribute to enhancing the implementation, application, knowledge and better enforcement of EU and national law in the area of undeclared work, thus contributing to the reduction of undeclared work and to the emergence of the formal jobs. The knowledge gained from these projects should also help building up evidence-based knowledge for better policy design. The priority is to co-finance actions fostering joint activities and cross-border projects of enforcement authorities improving their technical capacity in the field of preventing and deterrence of undeclared work.
Topic 1: Exchange of staff
Scope: Organising staff exchanges between national and regional administrations (in particular, in neighbouring Member States) to contribute to the further development, improvement and updating of staff's skills and competences in the protection of the Union’s financial interests.Topic 2: Conferences
Scope: Organising conferences (i.e. conferences, seminars, colloquia, round-tables and workshops) to create networks and structural platforms between Member States, candidate countries, other third countries and international public organisations in order to facilitate the exchange of information, experience and best practices. The information and best practices should relate to, amongst others, the risks and vulnerabilities the Union's financial interests are exposed, as well as investigation methods and/or prevention activities.Topic 3: Targeted, specialised training
Scope: Developing targeted specialised trainings to create networks and structural platforms between Member States, candidate countries, other third countries and international public organisations in order to facilitate the exchange of information, experience and best practices. The information and best practices should relate to, amongst others, the risks and vulnerabilities the Union's financial interests are exposed, as well as investigation practices and/or prevention activities.
• The pilot project will provide advice, technical assistance and a range of tailored guidance activities and recommendations to Member States interested in developing the PHS sector, and will support the exchange of good practices among key stakeholders, national public administrations (municipalities/local administrations in the case of a trial introduction) and organisations of domestic workers, carers and
• Regarding the social dialogue and decent working conditions, the project will facilitate the professionalisation of these jobs, the dissemination of information on the rights and obligations of workers and employers and the creation and development of an effective social dialogue.
The following activities will be financed:
• organization of a European conference;
• setting up and maintenance of a website to present good practices, some elements of guidance and other analytical and information material;
• Technical assistance to Member States and stakeholders to develop a service voucher scheme and/or social dialogue in the PHS (Personal and Household Service) sector.
To be eligible lead applicants, co-applicants and affiliated entities must fall within one of the following categories: non-profit-making organisations such as European federations, universities and research institutes; social partners; public authorities; international organisations.