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MSCA4Ukraine supports research stays of Ukrainian doctoral and postdoctoral researchers at a research institution in an EU Member State. The call is financed by the EU and organised by Scholars At Risk at Maynooth University and Alexander von Humboldt Foundation .
The project proposal for a research stay of 6-24 months should be submitted by the hosting research institution on behalf of the Ukrainian researcher (i.e. prepared by UCT supervisor + Ukrainian researcher), in any field of research.
The project proposal is short and quite different from standard MSCA fellowship proposals.
The grant amount corresponds to MSCA fellowships (Horizon Europe), i.e. approx. 6000 EUR/month (depending on family status and level of education achieved by the researcher).
6. 10. 2022, (11.00-12:30) - the Call will officially be launched and introduced by an info event (registration).
Till 9. 10. 2022 it is possible to publicly announce an open position for a research stay via online form. All open positions in the Czech Republic will be communicated to the Ukrainian community on 10.10.2022.
Submission of project proposals will be possible from 24.10.2022, the first round will be closed on 11.11.2022. Should there still be budget available, submission of project proposals will continue. tentative deadlines for next rounds are 9.12.2022 and 9.1.2023.
The Technology Agency of the Czech Republic has invited to submit project proposal within four different calls for proposals:
Water4All Joint Call 2022 - The joint transnational call is launched in the framework of the European partnership Water4All and will support research and innovation projects aimed at delivering knowledge, models, approaches, tools and methodologies to better understand hydrological processes at different scale, in order to respond more efficiently to emerging water issues related to extreme events.
Biodiversity Partnership Joint Call 2022 - The Call for Transnational Research Proposals on “Improved transnational monitoring of biodiversity and ecosystem change for science and society” is open.
Driving Urban Transitions (DUT) Joint Call 2022 - The purpose of this Call is to support transnational research and/or innovation projects addressing urban challenges to help cities in their transition towards a more sustainable economy and functioning.
Clean Energy Transition (CET) Partnership Joint Call 2022 - The focus is laid on solutions and technologies to enable and accelerate the Clean Energy Transition.
Please follow the links above or the Czech version of the website to learn more about the open calls.
Should you be interested in the calls, please read the internal instructions on the intranet or contact Mrs. Iveta Pospíšilová (Iveta.Pospisilova@vscht.cz).
The Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic announced a call for project proposals for security research. The call text is available only in the Czech language, therefore, please follow the Czech version of the website for more information.
ERA Talents is a new funding scheme within the programme Horizon Europe. It supports training and mobility of research and innovation (academic and non-academic) staff across sectors with a particular focus on Widening Countries (incl. Czech Republic). This call is part of Coordination and Support Actions (CSA), however expenses for research activities are also eligible.
Scope: In this funding scheme, no research plan is required. Emphasis is laid on the mobility/recruitment methodology. Involvement of early career researchers is necessary, however, PhD students are not eligible. The call is suitable for research groups who want to establish exchange of researchers among the consortium partners.
Who can apply: Min. 3 entities from 3 different Member States or Associated Countries, min. 2 entities must be from a Widening Country; the coordinator must be from a Widening Country. The consortium must contain partners from the academic and non-academic sector.
Budget: 1-3 million €
Supported activities: The grant covers administrative costs, training costs, travel and subsistence costs and salaries for seconded staff, and costs associated with dissemination and communication and knowledge transfer.
Reimbursement rate: 100%
Duration of project: Up to 4 years
Deadline: 15.11.2022, 17:00h
More information: ERA Talents on the Funding and Tender Opportunities Portal.
FAQs can be downloaded here.
Please contact us to receive presentations with more information on the Call.
Should you be interested in the Call, please contact the Project Centre (Miroslava Grünwaldt, Miroslava.Grunwaldt@vscht.cz).
The Technology Centre CAS has prepared a series of info events with focus on projects within the programme Horizon Europe. All events will be held in Czech, therefore, please follow the Czech version of this webpage in order to learn more.
If you want to know more about open calls as well as info and matchmaking events within Horizon Europe, follow the portal Horizon Europe of the Technology Centre CAS.
Twinning aims to enhance networking activities between the research institutions of the Widening countries acting as coordinators and top-class leading counterparts at European Union level by linking it with at least two research institutions from two different Member States or Associated Countries. Therefore, building on the huge potential of networking for excellence through knowledge transfer and exchange of best practice between research institutions and partners. Twinning actions intend to help raise the research profile of the institution from the Widening country as well as the research profile of its staff including a special focus on strengthening the research management and administrative skills of the coordination institution from the Widening country.
Who can apply?
Researcher of any career stage and any research field. The research institution of the Widening coutry (i.e. Czech Republic) must participate as coordinator, and the consortium must be joined by at least two other advanced research institutions from two different Member States or Associated Countries.
Budget per project: 0,8-1,5 million €
Up to 100 projects are expected to be funded.
Reimbursement rate: 100%
Supported activities: knowledge exchange, mobility (fellowships), organization of seminars, workshops, conferences, development of joint R&I strategies, actions to improve project/support offices at the Widening institution, dissemination and exploitation, max. 30% of budget can be dedicated to research activities.
Duration of the project: Up to 3 years
Expected date of call opening: 25.4.2023
Expected deadline: 28.9.2023
The Work Programme with details of this call is expected to be published in autumn this year.
Should you be interested in this call, please contact the Project Centre (Miroslava Grünwaldt, Miroslava.Grunwaldt@vscht.cz), and we will provide you more information.
Applicants have been invited to submit proposals within the Programme for Environment and Climate Action LIFE.
National contact point of the programme LIFE: Ministry of the Environment of the Czech Republic (MŽP): email@example.com, tel. 267 122 017 nebo 267 122 196. You can receive support in form of consultations as well as other forms of support while preparing your project proposal.
To read the full version of this news, please follow the Czech version of the website.
Should you be interested in the call, please contact the Project Centre (Lenka Kristýna Krouzová - Lenka.Kristyna.Krouzova@vscht.cz, tel. 736 193 995).
Visegrad Fund supports projects that aim to share knowledge, enhance innovation and engage citizens both in the Visegrad region (V4 – Czech Republic, Slovak Republic, Poland, Hungary) and throughout Central and Eastern Europe.
Current open call: 1.9.-1.10.2022 (12.00 CET)
Who can apply:
- consortium of organizations of which at least 3 are based in different V4 countries (as for the Strategic Grants, participants must be from all four V4 countries)
- all types of non-governmental, civil society organizations; municipalities, and local governments; schools, higher education institutions; research and scientific bodies; public institutions
- market actors, e.g. companies (especially innovation and startup-related actors) – but only if their Visegrad project is of nonprofit character
Duration of projects:
Visegrad Grants – max. 18 months
Visegrad+ Grants – max. 18 months
Strategic Grants – min. 12 months, max. 36 months
To apply for Visegrad Grants and Visegrad+ Grants, the project must fit in one of the seven focus areas eligible for funding and be identified with one concrete objective which best corresponds with the project’s aims. The focus areas and objective for each grant scheme can be found on the Visegrad Fund’s website - Visegrad Grants – Objectives a Visegrad+ Grants – Objectives.
As for Strategic Grants, the project must fulfill one of the strategic priorities establisehd by the Visegrad Fund. More information is available on the Visegrad Fund’s website - Strategic Grants – Strategic Priorities.
The Visegrad Fund can cover total project costs estimated in each proposal but may also choose concrete outputs to be supported. Additional support from actors other than the Fund is highly encouraged – be it financial contributions by the applicant, partners and/or other donors or sponsors or non-financial (in-kind contributions of the applicant or partners such as volunteer work, use of own premises, etc.).
Printing and publishing
Rent and related technical services
Expert fees / Fees for authors or artists
Accommodation and board
Transportation and delivery
Translation and interpreting costs
Awards and prizes
Office supplies and consumption material
Copyright, licences, and fees
Overheads (max. 15% of the grant)
See also Grant Guidelines, Annex 1
More information: https://www.visegradfund.org/news/visegrad-grants-open-call/
Contact person of the Project Centre: Anna Chmelová (Anna.Chmelova@vscht.cz; +420 220 44 3301)
If you are interested in submitting a project proposal, please contact Anna Chmelová – only a limited number of projects can be submitted for the institution.
Challenge Labs Central Eastern Europe is an event organised by the European Institute of Technology and Innovation (EIT). It is an innovation design marathon aimed at developing concepts for new products and technological solutions in the food and FMCG industries.
The event is carried out in the form of a Design Sprint lasting from 29 September to 15 October, during which project teams take part in workshop sessions and design meetings moderated by experts in the field of Design thinking and Service design, and end with investor presentations of their solutions.
Who can participate?
Apply to take part in the food design marathon of the future if you are:
- doctoral student
- young professional
- or someone with knowledge and experience in areas such as: food technology, biotechnology, agriculture, nutritional sciences, IT, social sciences, business studies, marketing
Deadline for application: 24.7.2022.
More information at: https://challengelabs.eu/
The Challenge Fund: Czech Solutions for SDGs aims to:
- bring innovative solutions for a variety of development challenges to different communities, based on Czech expertise and know-how;
- support the innovative solutions designed for the communities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, Georgia, Kingdom of Cambodia, Republic of Moldova and Republic of Zambia;
- be a competitive and transparent mechanism that provides grant finance for innovative projects which generate improvement and value by introducing new approaches, ideas, services or products.
More details at:
- https://undp.cz/challenge-fund/project-portfolio/ a
The full version of the news is available in Czech.