Bando per la raccolta di progetti congiunti di ricerca scientifica e tecnologica tra Italia e India per il periodo 2017 – 2019
- Governo Italiano 17/11/2016
Within the framework of the Agreement on Scientific and Technological Cooperation between the Italian Republic and the Republic of India, signed in New Delhi, on 28th November 2003 and entered into force on 3rd November 2009, the General Directorate for Country Promotion (Economy, Culture and Science) – Unit for Scientific and Technological Cooperation of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and the Department of Science and Technology, Ministry of Science & Technology, Government of India, (hereafter referred as to “the Parties”) initiate herewith the procedures for the drafting of the Executive Programme of Scientific and Technological Cooperation for the three-year period 2017–2019 (hereafter referred as to “the Executive Programme”).
From 28th October, 2016, a call for the submission of joint research projects by researchers of both Countries is open, with the aim of encouraging scientific and technological cooperation between Italy and India. Each Principal Investigator (hereafter referred as PI) may submit one project only. All applicants must fulfill national eligibility rules to apply for mobility grants (see below and also national annexes for specific requirements). Proposed collaborations should build on and reinforce already existing research activities between research groups of both Countries and contribute with significant added value to these activities. Financing will be granted within the limits of the available annual resources of each Party.
The Call is open to scientists, engineers or faculty members regularly employed in universities and research institutions, including hospitals and foundations, as well as private nonprofit institutions that develop R&D activities, in Italy or in India. Italian PI’s shall hold the Italian nationality or any EU nationality provided they are permanently resident in Italy.
Indian PI should be scientists/ faculty members working in regular capacity in universities, academic institutes and national research and development laboratories/ institutes. The Indian Principal Investigator (PI) should not be retiring or leaving the parent institute during the proposed duration of the project.
PRIORITY RESEARCH AREAS
Projects may be submitted in the following priority research areas:
1. Information and Communication Technology
2. Energy, Environment and Sustainable Agriculture
3. Health, Biotechnology and Medicine
4. Physical and Chemical Sciences
5. Technologies applied to Cultural and Natural Heritage
NB: Projects submitted in other research areas will not be considered
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