Jump to content. This matchmaking event brings together stakeholders in the field of energy innovation to prepare a Call for Proposals for Materials for energy Sustainability M4S. We invite you as a stakeholder in the field of energy innovation, to briefly pitch your idea, your question, your challenge or your envisioned gamechanger, and to speed-date with prospective research partners who can enhance your probability of success. We will also briefly present the conditions for applying as a consortium and the procedure of granting. The Dutch Institute for Fundamental Energy Research conducts leading fundamental research in the fields of fusion energy and solar fuels, in close partnership with academia and industry. To successfully transfer fundamental insights to society at large, we are actively building an energy science society through the formation of multidisciplinary networks. Mail address P.
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Together with UMCG Grant Support Hub and UG EU Funding Team, we have selected the following calls as matchmaking starters to create opportunities for the participants to find new connections and potential new partners for their consortia:. Digital diagnostics — developing tools for supporting clinical decisions by integrating various diagnostic data. Use of Real-World Data to advance research on the management of complex chronic conditions. New approaches for clinical management and prevention of resistant bacterial infections in high prevalence settings.
NWO makes 3 million euros available for research into digitisation issues at the interface of citizenship, new types of governance, identity and.
These five teams will organise activities like workshops and exchanges with researchers and stakeholders from Brazil, China, Indonesia, India, Russia, South Africa or Turkey. The Netherlands wants to intensify or improve diplomatic relations with this form of ‘science diplomacy’. The new Science Diplomacy Fund aims to fund scientific activities that can potentially positively contribute to improving diplomatic relations between the Netherlands and partner countries.
Activities like workshops, seminars, and exchanges also contribute to the visibility and international position of Dutch science, and to scientific cooperation between the two countries. Since imperial times, in Northeast Brazil public policies for dealing with drought have included technological interventions such as dams, inter-basin water transfer, pipelines, deep wells, shallow wells, cisterns, and desalination systems.
Although partly successful, these interventions have largely failed to serve many remote rural communities. For these communities we propose alternative innovative technological solutions, such as Air-to-Water and Compact Water Treatment equipment. To promote and accelerate its urgently required widespread implementation throughout northeast Brazil we propose a matchmaking event for Dutch and Brazilian researchers, public and private key players in proactive drought management, and entrepreneurs developing these low-cost technological solutions.
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NWO has opened a call for a single proposal containing three small projects 50k Euro each within the context of each NWA route. The official call can be found here. Inald Lagendijk is invited to submit the eligible proposal. The management of the route has formulated an open and transparent process to select the three project to be included in the proposal. If you wish to submit a ‘Big Data’ proposal for a 50k Euro project plan in the context of this NWA small projects call, please follow the procedure outlined on this page.
NWO defined multiple pillars, representing multiple scientific fields: Social Sciences Scope: NWO TTW aims to bring scientific research together with potential users, Funding Application Reviews & Resubmissions · Partner matchmaking.
In the call, researchers can apply on behalf of a consortium for funding for research projects that focus on existing or planned large-scale nature-based interventions and improve the resilience of the Dutch main water system rivers, large waters and the coast. A condition for submitting a research proposal is that the research takes place within the context of an existing or planned living lab. These are physical locations where researchers fundamental, applied and practically oriented , companies and government bodies work together on the interface of geosciences and ecology and the related social and economic aspects.
The meeting facilitates matchmaking between researchers from universities, colleges, national research institutes and public and private partners. Because collaboration with universities of applied sciences is a mandatory part of every application in this call, specific attention will be paid to examples in which fundamental, applied and practice-oriented research successfully complement each other.
The meeting has taken place successfully. The deadline for submitting final proposals was January 31, Peter van Veelen is the contact person. Announcement is in June. Communicate about that. Home About us About us Partners Downloads.
Matchmaking national e-science infrastructure a great success
TU Delft and the Vereniging Deltametropool have created a consortium of academic and social partners to meet the need for a new model of spatial planning that will keep the Netherlands at the forefront of practice in territorial governance. The project aims to break through the current impasse in the governance of the Dutch territory, and provide a roadmap for the transition of planning institutions towards a new model. The project is aimed to be realized by the NWO Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research grant as well as co-financing from various partners.
On November 17 this year, NWO organises a matchmaking event of the new research programme Building Blocks of Life. The event with the opportunity to pitch.
NWO published a call for the development of consortia with which living labs in logistics can be started. The aim of this call is to stimulate the formation of viable consortia that will test and implement new solutions in a controlled real-life environment. The responsible innovation approach forms an integral part of the research into the Living Labs in this call. On the afternoon of Tuesday 6 March , a matchmaking event will be held in Utrecht.
The call for submissions for Fundamental knowledge for responsible blockchain innovations has been launched. Multidisciplinary consortia can request funding for coherent research into socially responsible blockchain innovations as described in the Dutch Blockchain Research Agenda. Designing for public values in a digital world”.
Matchmaking Event NWO National Cybersecurity Call: 13 november
Each pillar funds research through multiple programmes. Life Sciences applications are usually within the aim of the pillar Applied and Engineering Sciences. Programmes that fund research in this domain are:.
NWO makes 3 million euros available for research into digitisation issues at the interface of citizenship, new types of governance, identity and participation. Digitisation has become part and parcel of our society. There is a growing, unnoticed incorporation of technology in our daily lives, thinking and actions. On the one hand, the deployment of ICT as a key technology offers opportunities to enrich our lives, create new opportunities and tackle societal challenges.
On the other hand, the interwovenness of digitisation with our everyday lives means that public values such as privacy, security, equal treatment and autonomy are coming under pressure. Participation in the information society stands and falls with the access to reliable information and the skills needed to use it. Methods, techniques and tools for monitoring the secure and reliable access to data and the transparent access to and good findability of data must be developed to prevent the potential abuse of personal data and the risk of undermining the public domain and confidence.
How can we equip the digital citizen as well as possible for participation in the digital domain? And conversely, which underlying ICT technologies must be developed to constructively guide digitisation in these domains in a people-driven manner? This call ties in with the Digital Society Research Agenda of the VSNU, and in particular with two themes from the research agenda with questions at the interface of citizenship, new types of governance, and identity and participation in relation to several transformation topics from the Horizon Resilient Societies programme.
The call is for interdisciplinary research in collaboration with public, societal and industrial partners. The research teams should therefore reflect the interdisciplinary research problems.
Matchmaking event NWA call Theme: Storage and Conversion
NWO launches a new research programme on the innovation of supervision, initiated by the associations of Dutch government inspectorates and market regulators, and part of the Dutch Research Agenda NWA. A matchmaking meeting will take place on 24 March for all interested researchers and professionals in the field of regulation and enforcement. This NWA research programme on innovation of supervision focuses on fundamental and cross-domain questions about the future of regulation and enforcement: questions that are inherent to the profession of supervision in a changing society.
Share-Net Netherlands UMC Utrecht and NWO kindly invite you to an online meeting on impact evaluation in SDG international cooperation.
The entire knowledge chain is represented. The added value of the consortium must arise from the joint approach to research, while the individual strengths and expertise of the participants demonstrably reinforce each other. For this reason, NWO is not organising a separate round for This budget is higher than in previous years. Submitting an application starts with the submission of an initiative.
That does not have to be a detailed plan with a budget and commitments from participants. An overall idea by one individual researcher is sufficient. Main applicants of knowledge organisations submit such an initiative.
Matchmaking Event Cybersecurity Call for Proposals – Digital Security & Privacy
The database, built-in collaboration with IDfuse, has around , publications, , projects and academic startups, making scientific research and academic networks accessible to partners from the business community and government. The database is the first of its kind worldwide and a joint initiative of Techleap. The ScienceFinder makes it clear to business and government partners where relevant knowledge is present within the knowledge institutions. It thus contributes to cooperation between business and knowledge institutions.
The ScienceFinder allows the user to easily search a database for relevant information about research activities in the Netherlands. For example, if you search for ‘artificial intelligence’ you will get an overview of the state of affairs in this area with an overview of activities per university.
Mid October , NWO published the: “Call for Proposals Cybersecurity – Digital Security & Privacy”. The call is initiated and funded by the NWO domain Social.
The purpose of Matchmaking in the programme Innovation of Supervision is to bring together and connect the regulators with the various research organisations along the knowledge chain and multi- and interdisciplinary as well as with other interested parties. Here researchers and regulators are given the opportunity to share their ideas for research and to make contact with possible consortium partners.
During this Webinar the background, goal and procedure of the call for proposals were also described and explained. Click to watch the video. Watch recorded webinar Click to watch the video Watch a recording of the webinar in Dutch. Read aloud. Share Facebook Twitter LinkedIn. Copyright , NWO.
Matchmaking meeting Digital Society – 25 April
New technological developments such as Artificial Intelligence AI , Internet of Things, Big Data, and Blockchain can solve problems and help realise shared values and ideals. At the same time, other public values are at stake, such as privacy, security, and democracy. How can these values be taken into account in a transparent and responsible way in designing and implementing new systems, applications, models and protocols? What solutions are there for fundamental conflicts of values in the digital society?
This research programme is part of the larger NWO-programme Responsible Innovation MVI , in which research is carried out into the societal and ethical aspects of new technologies.
NWO Matchmaking workshop: Photosynthesis call. NWO Utrecht. The call Photosynthesis is a public private collaboration programme on.
Kijk hier voor corona-gerelateerd nieuws uit de hightech sector. The scope of the call includes Design and characterisation of electrochemical cells that can operate under extreme conditions, system design and development. The purpose of the matchmaking event is to facilitate consortium forming. Storage and conversion is the storage of renewable electricity in chemical compounds.
The NWA programme above all aims to build bridges: between different scientific fields, between different forms of research fundamental, applied, practice-oriented and between diverse national and international knowledge agendas. Multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary in the broadest sense, an approach spanning the entire knowledge chain and cooperation with societal partners including Ministries, corporates, start-ups and NGOs are therefore crucial features of the consortia involved in NWA projects and programmes.
Proposals have a maximum duration of 6 years. NWO, Winthontlaan 2, Utrecht.