Call for Mobility Grants (Fund for Bilateral Relations) – 2018

Deadline: 14 September 2018

Applications are now open for the Mobility Grants  (Fund  for  Bilateral Relations) – 2018 which aims to facilitate establishment of bilateral partnerships between researchers from the Donor States and Romania in order to submit a collaborative research proposal funded under EEA Financial Mechanism 2014-2021.

Objectives of the call

  • To strengthen  the  cooperation  and  to  increase mutual knowledge and understanding between research teams  from  Romania  and  the  Donor  States  (NorwayIceland  and Liechtenstein);
  • To identify potential partners for preparation of collaborative research proposals, having a common research interest;
  • To exchange relevant experience and best practices

Thematic areas

Funding Information

  • Total budget for this call is EUR 70.000.

Eligibility criteria

  • Mobility grant must be in connection to searching for partners and/or development the idea for a collaborative research proposal.
  • In order  to  increase  the  chance  to  identify  potential  partners,  it  is  recommended  that  the applicant to register in the Brokerage Platform.
  • Researchers from research organizations, legal entities in Romania or in Donor States, as defined in the Community Framework for State Aid for Research and Development and Innovation (2014/C 198/01)
  • Mobility could take place at individual level (one researcher);
  • During the mobility, the applicant can visit one ormore research organizations in the same country;
  • For Donor States’ researchers, the mobility grants are eligible for travelling in Romania not in or between Donor States);
  • One researcher can benefit from only one mobility grant

How to Apply

Applicants can apply via given website.

For further information, please visit EEA Mobility Grants.

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