The UW mini-grants under the 4EU+ Alliance

The University of Warsaw has launched the third edition of the mini-grants programme for inter-institutional research teams under the framework of strategic partnerships. The programme can be joined by researchers including University staff members and/or doctoral candidates and students, and representatives of at least two other member universities of the 4EU+ Alliance. The applications should be submitted not later than 15th July.

The main objective of the programme is to strengthen research cooperation between the University of Warsaw and the 4EU+ Alliance member universities by implementation of joint research projects funded or co-funded from external national and/or international sources. The applicants are the UW staff members and/or doctoral candidates and students, as well as representatives of at least two other member universities from the 4EU+ Alliance (Charles University, Heidelberg University, Sorbonne University, and universities of Copenhagen and Milan).

The projects cover the four Flagships of the Alliance:

  • Urban health and demographic change;
  • Europeanness: multilingualism, pluralities and citizenship;
  • Data – Models – Transformations;
  • Environmental transformations.

Only projects strictly related to the 4EU+ Alliance mission, as well as the mission and thematic scope of the selected Flagship, are subject to evaluation under the programme. Minimum two 4EU+ member universities and the University of Warsaw, either as a coordinator, or a partner, should participate in a joint research project. The maximum amount of funding is €10,000 per one project for the duration of up to 12 months. The results of the call will be published on the IDUB website due to the timelines provided in the call announcement.

The electronic applications should be submitted to the email address 4euplus(at) not later than 15th July. The call results will have been announced by 30th September.
Detailed information is available on the IDUB website >>

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Data publikacji: 25 maja 2022

Data ostatniej modyfikacji: 25 maja 2022