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The French Institute of Denmark Franco-Danish program of scientific collaboration for 2019.

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Application Deadline:  1 October 2018.

The French Institute of Denmark launches Franco-Danish program of scientific collaboration for 2019.

Goal
Its objective is to promote the development of new scientific cooperation between universities and research institutes of the two countries and promote Franco-Danish nominations to the European framework program Horizon 2020.

Eligibility and selection
In 2019, priority will be given to projects dealing with the great challenges of international governance (including their economic dimension, sociological or anthropological) such as:
1 / climate change and sustainable development;
2 / the digital revolution, big data and data science;
3 / International Health
These priorities are not exclusive. The projects on human and social sciences are also accepted. A component promoting academic exchange and / or an extension to the Danish public would be considered a plus.
We encourage young research teams (teams led by young researchers) to apply. Please indicate the level of involvement of young researchers in the application.

Funding
Grants may not exceed 3000 euros and must not constitute more than 50% of the total budget, the other half of the funds is of Danish origin. The program offers a contribution to travel and international stays and costs related to the organization of workshops and seminars.

Application
Dates call for projects opening: August 15, 2018 – 1 October 2018.
Go to the website of the French Institute of Denmark and download the application form to complete.

contacts:
Nathalie AVALLONE, Secretary of Scientific Cooperation and University
+45 33 38 47 03
Shift DANNEMAND, Assistant, Secretary
+45 33 38 47 00
Email: mkd@institutfrancais.dk

 

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage for the French Institute of Denmark Franco-Danish program of scientific collaboration for 2019.

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