The French Institute for Danemark launches its programme for scientific collaborations for 2019.
It aims at promoting the development of new scientific collaborations between universities and research organisations in both countries and at fostering Danish-French applications to Horizon 2020 framework programme.
Priority will be given to projects dealing with:
1 / climatic change and sustainable development;
2 / numerical revolution, big data and data sciences;
3 / international health.
Those priorities are not exclusive. Initiatives favouring scholar exchanges and/or dissamination towards the Danish public will be valued. Teams including young researchers are greatly encouraged. The implication of young researchers in the project should be indicated.
Funding cannot exceed 3 000 euros and should not add up to over 50% of the total budget. The other half of it being Danish. The programme contributes to travel expenses and stays abroad as well as costs related to the organisation of workshops and seminars.
Application deadline: October 1st, 2018