The Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education has announced the 9th call for proposals for the International Network Programme.
The call and application guidelines can be found here: http://ufm.dk/forskning-og-innovation/tilskud-til-forskning-og-innovation/opslag/2017/the-international-network-programme-9th-call-for-proposals
The Agency has established the programme with the ambition of increasing the internationalisation of Danish research and the level of cooperation between R&D institutions in Denmark and the selected countries, through projects funded under the Programme.
Funding is awarded to projects where there is not already an established collaboration between the project partners. The aim of the programme is to give researchers an opportunity to build the foundation for future cooperation and to explore new research partnerships of a potentially high value.
In light of the Ministry’s ‘Strategy for Research and Education concerning the Arctic’ launched in November 2016, INP now welcomes applications specific to Arctic research networks. The objective, and one of the initiatives in the Strategy’s Action Plan, is to finance new international research networks with a view to establishing new collaborative relations within Arctic research.
Grants may be awarded to projects between researchers from Denmark and one or more of the following selected partner countries: China (incl. Hong Kong), India, Israel, Japan, USA, Brazil, Turkey, South Africa, the Republic of Korea as well as Canada, Russia, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Greenland and the Faroe Islands.
Questions regarding this call may be directed to head of section Ea Bauchy, firstname.lastname@example.org, +45 7231 8251