EU Commission: Expert group on Business-to-Government data sharing
The Commission is setting up an Expert Group on access to and re-use of private sector data for public interest purposes, bringing together independent experts to discuss business-to-government (B2G) data-sharing principles and to provide advice on future policy and funding initiatives.
The Expert Group’s tasks shall be to:
- identify good practices on B2G data sharing in order to contribute to more efficient and better public service delivery and/or more reliable and evidence-based policymaking;
- assess the legal, economic and technical obstacles preventing B2G data sharing, and advise on actions to promote B2G data sharing for public interest purposes;
- give recommendations to the Commission on how to further develop its B2G data sharing policy.
In particular, the Expert Group shall:
- evaluate the principles, collaboration modes and technical means outlined in the Guidance on private sector data sharing and endorse a framework for B2G data- sharing;
- define and encourage B2G collaborations to test the guidance and facilitate the exchange of good practices amongst members and with the Commission;
- advise the Commission on new areas for potential support for B2G data sharing through the EU’s Research and Innovation Framework Programme or other programmes, and on future policy actions and next steps to enhance B2G data sharing.
- Read the call for applications to know more abour the Expert Group and selection procedure.
- More about the call and how to apply.
EPIC Expert Visits
To investigate joint RTDI collaboration potential in topical ICT fields, EPIC is organizing expert trips either from the EU to one of the partner countries in the Asia-Pacific region or vice versa. Therefore we are looking for scientists, researchers and innovators from the EU or Australia, Singapore & New Zealand with concrete interna-tional ICT collaboration ideas and potential partners in mind.
Submissions to: info(at)epicproject.eu
Please note that the call is ongoing with progressive decision points, so applications are encouraged at any time.
Note: Applicants can partner with any institution that does research in the partner countries or the EU respectively.
Alumni Grant Scheme
AGSS offers grants to Spanish nationals who have graduated from a recognised of Australian tertiary institution, incl. alumni of short term study or programs.
Application deadline: 13 June 2018 (closed)
For the submission click here.
1st Singapore - Germany Academic-Industry (2+2) International Collaboration
This call by EPIC partner A*Star, the Science and Engineering Research Council and the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research aims to to promote research and development bilateral collaboration between Singapore- and German-based public and private institutes and organizations, through joint scientific projects.
Call opens: 15 January 2018
Submission deadline: 29 March 2018 (closed)
MSCA-Rise Call 2018
Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE) funds short-term exchanges for staff to develop careers combining scientific excellence with exposure to other countries and sectors. RISE enables more interaction between academia and non-academic organisations within Europe and worldwide.
Ernst Mach Grant - worldwide grant for short-term research stays in Austria
Grants are available for PhD students, Post-docs and senior lecturers from all over the world, including ASEAN, in any of the following areas of study or research:Natural Sciences, Technical Sciences,Human Medicine, Health Sciences, AgriculturalSciences, Social Sciences, Humanities, Arts. Maximum age: 35
Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Programme
Fully funded Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship for bachelor's, master's ordoctoral studies are now open for the academic year of 2018/19. Students and young researchers from different South-East Asian countries including Singapore are eligible to apply.
United Kingdom: Newton Fund Advanced Fellowships
This scheme provides established international researchers with an opportunity to develop the research strengths and capabilities of their research group through training, collaboration and reciprocal visits with a partner in the UK. The skills and knowledge gained should lead to changes in the wellbeing of communities and increased economic benefits.
UK: Wellcome Trust Doctoral Studentships
This scheme enables researchers to undertake humanities or social science doctoral degrees in any area of health research. Participants must have been accepted onto a PhD programme with an eligible host organisation in the UK, the Republic of Ireland or a low- or middle-income country. All nationalities eligible.
Singapore NRF Fellowship, Class of 2019
The Singapore NRF Fellowship scheme is an early-career award, providing opportunities for outstanding young researchers from all over the world to conduct independent research in Singapore. It provides a research grant of up to SGD 3 million, inclusive of general overheads (approximately USD 2.15 million) over five years to enable the recipient to assemble and lead a small research team at a Singapore-based research organisation of choice. The 5-years research grant can be used to cover personnel, equipment and consumables costs.
Submission deadline: 20 March 2018 (closed)
ANR-NRF Joint Grant Call
The joint bilateral grant call between the National Research Foundation (NRF), Prime Minister's Office, Singapore and Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR), France, is a national level collaboration between Singapore and France for French-Singapore collaborative research projects. The grant call seeks to strengthen the collaboration between French and Singaporean research communities in areas of mutual interest in order to achieve world-class scientific and technical results, leading to new and innovative technologies.
Call opens: November 2017
Submission deadline: 31 March 2018 (closed)
FASIC PROGRAM 2018
FASIC is the Franco-Australian Hubert Curien Programme. FASIC is implemented jointly by the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs (MEAE) and the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation (MESRI) in France, and by research partners in Australia.
The French Embassy in Australia is putting in place in 2018 new instruments promoting research collaboration between France and Australia, under the umbrella of the PHC FASIC Program. This program aims to be a catalyst and to support the launch and development of bilateral research projects at the critical moment of their initiation, and more broadly the development of science and technology strategic collaboration.
Submission deadline: 2 April 2018 (closed)
ECRIM Fellowships in Informatics and Mathematics
ERCIM, the European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics, offers fellowships for PhD holders from all over the world. Topics cover most disciplines in Computer Science, Information Technology, and Applied Mathematics. Fellows are hosted in Fellows are hosted in leading research institututes across Europe.
Submission deadline: 30 April 2018