INTAS publishes thematic and collaborative call for proposals

April 7, 2004

Brussels, 06 Apr 2004

INTAS, the international association for the promotion of cooperation with scientists from the New Independent States (NIS) of the former Soviet Union, has published its thematic and collaborative calls for 2004.

Particular attention has been given to scientists from NIS countries that are poorly represented in international research programmes, such as Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.

Submissions are invited in the following areas:
- thematic call for proposals for research projects and networks on information technology (indicative budget 1 million euro);
- thematic call for proposals for research projects and networks on position sensitive detectors (indicative budget 800,000 euro);
- thematic call for proposals for research projects and networks on transforming societies: East and West (indicative budget 1.5 million euro);
- collaborative call with Airbus for proposals for research projects in the field of aeronautics (indicative budget 1 million euro);
- collaborative call with Kazakhstan for proposals for research projects on management of man-made pollution (indicative budget 1.5 million euro);
- collaborative call with Uzbekistan for proposals for research projects on sustainable development through the use of local natural resources and new technologies (indicative budget 1 million euro).

In parallel with these calls, the INTAS programme for young NIS scientist fellowships (indicative budget 2.5 million euro) fosters the mobility of researchers in Europe and enables them to either pursue or start their career in science. Additionally, special support to promote innovation and marketing of innovative results derived from INTAS funded projects is available through the INTAS innovation grants 2004 (indicative budget 500,000 euro).

For further information, please consult the following web address:
http://www.intas.be/fund/announcement%20 calls%202004.htm

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