Call for small project proposals | NWA routes 2020
The maximum grant amount is € 150.000,- divided amongst maximum three subprojects of maximum € 50.000. These subprojects can be:
- An innovative idea aiming at (bootstrapping) out-of-the-box research;
- Utilisation of existing knowledge aiming at technology transfer, valorisation, of implementation of results from earlier big data research projects.
The small projects should contribute to relevant subjects for the route ‘Big Data’ and should enlarge the scientific and/or societal impact of the route.
The proposal can only be submitted to NWO by the route ‘boegbeeld’, prof.dr.ir. Inald Lagendijk. To arrive at the selection of three subprojects, the route management of the ‘Big Data’ route, currently also the Steering Committee of the start impulse programme VWData, has put a transparent process in place, you can read more about that process here.
If you wish to submit a ‘Big Data’ proposal for a € 50.000 project plan in the context of this NWA small projects call, please follow the procedure as outlined on the eScience Center website.
Deadline for your submission is September 18, 2020.
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