2023 Call for Innovation Partnership Grants
Deadline15 May 2023
CountriessBrunei Darussalam, Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Japan, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, Vietnam
The Innovation Partnership Grants support the establishment of cooperation between Switzerland-based researchers with non-academic innovation agents (i.e. companies, start-ups, hospitals) in East and Southeast Asia.
Postdoctoral researchers, senior scientists, or professors of Swiss federal and cantonal universities, universities of applied sciences and universities of teacher education, and public research institutes are eligible to apply. Innovation agents must be senior staff affiliated with a company, start-up, innovation park or similar agency in the partner country. University scientists from the partner country can participate as third parties.
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The call is open to all scientific disciplines and fields of research, including social sciences and humanities.
Professors, senior scientists and postdocs of Swiss federal and cantonal universities, universities of applied sciences and universities of teacher education, as well as public research institutes, are eligible to apply. Please check the eligible institutions here. The Switzerland-based scientist is the main applicant.
Note to applicants from UAS/UTE: UAS/UTE staff with research responsibility (group leaders, researchers with 5+ years of experience) and in equivalent functions are eligible to apply. If in doubt or in case you are not sure whether your position is eligible to act as a Principle Investigator (PI), please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Read more here for eligibility guidelines.
The maximum amount for an innovation partnership grant is 20’000 CHF for a project of up to 12 months. For more details, click here.
DisciplineScientific disciplines and fields of research relevant to the topics, including social sciences and humanities.
CountriesBrunei Darussalam, Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Japan, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, Vietnam