|01/02/2021||A FAQ is available as attachment to the webpage|
|19/01/2021||All funders in the Call 2020 have confirmed their participation|
CHIST-ERA is looking for transformative and highly multidisciplinary research projects. They should explore new ideas with potential for significant scientific and technical impacts in the long term. Each year, CHIST-ERA launches a call for research proposals in two new topics of emergent scientific importance (the list of past call topics is available here). In the Call 2020, two separate topics are addressed, namely:
Advanced Brain-Computer Interfaces for Novel Interactions (BCI)
Towards Sustainable ICT (S-ICT)
The official Call Announcement is available below as attachment.
Call deadline: 1st of March 2021, 17:00 CET
A one-step submission process applies.
The coordinator prepares a joint proposal for the whole consortium, using the template available below as attachment. The form is submitted using the electronic submission system, along with a financial table following the template also available below and administrative project data entered directly in the system.
Electronic Submission System: https://aap.agencerecherche.fr/_layouts/15/SIM/Pages/SIMNouveauProjet.aspx?idAAP=1636
Moreover, to receive call updates, please subscribe to the CHIST-ERA Call 2020 newsletter by clicking here.
For projects selected for funding, each partner of the consortium will be funded separately by their respective national/regional research funding organisation. Therefore all national/regional regulations apply. Eligibility regulations for each funding organisation (or links to them) are given in the annex of the Call Announcement. Additionally, each principaI investigator, not just the coordinator, can contact the respective funding organisation contact point sufficiently prior to submission regarding eligibility issues.
A summary table of the countries and funding organisations participating in each topic is provided below.
|Country||Funding organisation||Participation per call topic||Contact point|