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Ambient Assisted Living

Computing and medical
Collaborative projects

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CERN
European Organisation for Nuclear Research

Physic, computing
Collaborative projects, mandate

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European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST)

COST funds pan-European, multi- and interdisciplinary, bottom-up networks of researchers across all science and technology fields. Established in 1971, it is the longest-running European framework supporting transnational cooperation in this domain. COST does not fund research itself, but provides support for networking activities carried out within so-called ‘COST Actions,’ which are active through a range of networking tools such as meetings, workshops, conferences, training schools, short-term scientific missions (STSMs) and dissemination activities.

Researchers are also entitled to submit research projects within existing COST Actions. The research project is funded at the national level and has to be embedded in an eligible COST Action.

 COST Actions have a duration of four years. The average budget depends on the number of COST countries participating in the Action; the financial support averages EUR 130,000 per year. Any researcher from a legal entity (universities, UAS, research institutions, NGO as well as – to a smaller extent – industry or SME) based in a COST member country may apply for funding. Switzerland is a (founding) COST member country and Switzerland-based scientists are fully eligible to all COST activities.

> See Euresearch infosheet

Swiss COST Projects funded by SNSF must be carried out within the framework of an ongoing COST Action to which Switzerland participates. The project must be integrated into the COST network through active participation, and this must be outlined in the project application. The recipients of the financial contribution (leading doctoral students, postdoctoral students, researchers) must be enrolled in or employed by a Swiss higher education institution, research institute or company. The project duration may not exceed the Action duration. The maximum amount of funding which SNSF allocates to a four-year project does not exceed CHF 320,000.

> See more (SNSF website)

 Contact person for COST: Daniel FUHRER


 

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EIT
European Institute of Innovation and Technology

All scientific domains/technology
Collaborative projects with a mandatory participation of a company

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EMBO/EMBC
European Molecular Biology Organization

Molecular biology
Grants, researchers exchanges

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ESA
European Space Agency

Space science
Collaborative projects

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European Science Foundation

All scientic/technology domains
Collaborative projects, conferences, workshops

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European Spatial Planning Observation Network

All domains
Collaborative projects

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European Research Cooperation Agency

All scientific/technology domains
Collaborative projects

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European Research Cooperation Agency

All scientific/technology domains
PME projects

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Human Frontier Science Program

Life sciences
Subsides and grants

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INTERREG Europe
Territorial european cooperation

All domains
Trans-regional collaborative projects

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Joint Programming Initiatives

All domains: Challenges of today's society
Collaborative projects

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Wellcome Trust
Innovative biomedical research

Medical and biomedical
Collaborative projects and grants

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