FUNDING

Eureka Network

Eureka is an international network aiming to foster international collaboration and encouraging R&D cooperation. Currently, 47 countries are participating in the EUREKA network, including European countries and other countries across the world (Canada, South Africa or South Korea, for example).

Eureka finances research and development through multiple different funding programs, including Eurostars, Globalstars, thematic calls and clusters.

Eurostars

Eurostars supports R&D-performing SMEs with innovative and international projects. Eurostars is open for any technological innovation and supports early stage projects (preliminary data) towards prototype development.

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eHealth Call for R&D Project Proposals Switzerland – Netherlands

Deadline for pre-proposals is on 30th of April. Full proposals: 2 August 2021

Funding for Swiss partners: 50% (only costs for the research organization will be funded by Innosuisse).

Funding for Dutch partners: Dutch research organisations and SMEs are eligible for funding. Costs are funded for 50% for industrial research activities and for 25% for experimental development activities. A contribution from the for profit entities of at least 30% (in cash or in kind) is required.

Consortium: The consortium must include at least one independent partner from Switzerland and one independent partner from the Netherlands. The consortium should include at least one (for profit) company, one public partner (schools, municipalities, etc.) and one research institute from the Netherlands and Switzerland;

Project duration: maximum duration 3 years

Scope: The project should be carried out by public-private consortia and should focus on application-driven research and development activities. The scope covers technologies and innovations that allow children and adolescents in the primary/secondary school context, as well as their families and (in)direct relatives, to gain insight into their own health and their daily functioning. To enable them to manage their health and daily functioning and contribute to health research using health data with a view to improving both individual and population health.

 

Call 2021 for joint Innovation projects in South Korea and Switzerland

Deadline for pre-proposals is on 30th of April. Full proposals: 2 August 2021

Funding for Swiss partners: 50% (only costs for the research organization will be funded by Innosuisse).

Funding for Korean partners: Funding available for all type of applications from Korean companies with registered R&D laboratories, Korean research institutes and universities.

Consortium: The consortium must include at least one commercial company from each country and one research institute from Switzerland. The participation of further research organizations and further commercial companies from both countries according to each country’s funding regulations is welcome.

Project duration: maximum duration is 3 years.

Scope: The aim of this call is to fund science-based innovation projects between Switzerland and South Korea. This call is open topic, but has a preference for the topics:

  • Biotech;
  • Medtech;
  • Renewable Energy;
  • Mobility;
  • Digitalisation;
  • Industry 4.0;
  • IoT;
  • Additive Manufacturing;
  • Smart Materials / Innovative surfaces;
  • Augmented and virtual reality.

 


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