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Joint Call 2016

Joint Call Text and Funding Organisations Forum

The following organisations agree to take part to the EIG CONCERT-Japan 2016 Joint Call:
Federal Ministry of Education and Research (Germany)
Japan Science and Technology Agency (Japan)
The (...)

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Thematic area description

The ongoing call for projects is :
Food Crops and Biomass Production Technologies
The overall aim of this call is to support scientific research to further our understanding of the various (...)

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Partnering Tool

A partnering webtool is available to help you find research partners among participants.
Please click on the following link to access to the PT-Partnering tool provided by DLR: (...)

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Project consortium and eligible budget

Project consortium:
Who?
EIG CONCERT-Japan Joint Calls are open to applications from:
public and private legal RTD entities,
higher education institutions and non-university research (...)

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Proposal submission

Proposals must be submitted on PT-Outline, the dedicated web platform:
https://secure.pt-dlr.de/ptoutline/app/users/login/EIG_JC1JAPAN
Only one of the project leaders (the "Principal (...)

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Evaluation

Criteria and scoring system
Scientific excellence
Sound research concept and quality of objectives,
Ambition, innovative potential and uniqueness of the research idea,
Scientific (...)

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Consortium agreement and project reporting

Consortium Agreement
Once their project has been selected, project partners of each consortium funded under the EIG CONCERT-Japan Joint Call will sign a Consortium Agreement, listing the rights (...)

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National and Regional Contact Persons

The Joint Call Secretariat is entrusted with the overall operational management of this Joint Call. It is the general contact point for questions related to the Joint Call, the application (...)

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