The Generic Call for Proposals 2023 involves five funding instruments, each with its own specific submission and evaluation procedures. These instruments aim to fund:
When submitting a project, researchers choose the most appropriate funding instrument for their project and partnership. The funding instrument cannot be modified during the selection process.
AAPG 2023 is divided into 56 research themes, each with its own Scientific Evaluation Panel (CES). When researchers submit a proposal, they select the scientific theme – and therefore the Scientific Evaluation Panel – that most closely relates to the scientific purpose of their research. This choice cannot be changed through the selection process.
All “International Collaborative Research Projects” (PRCI) proposals for which ANR acts as the Lead Agency, or for which there is no Lead Agency, must be registered in phase 1 of AAPG 2023. All PRCI proposals registered with ANR in phase 1 qualify for phase 2 provided that the project in question is eligible. The aim of this measure is to ensure that the PRCI submission and selection process is managed efficiently within the AAPG 2023 process.
Note to researchers awaiting their results of the 2022 AAPG: it is necessary to proceed with the registration of a PRCI project or the submission of a PRC, PRCE, PRME or JCJC pre-proposal in response to the 2023 AAPG edition. If selected for funding under the 2022 edition, laureates will have to cancel their submission under the 2023 edition (PRCI, PRC, PRCE, PRME or JCJC) by e-mail to aapg.science(at)agencerecherche.fr, otherwise the registered or submitted projects will be declared not eligible.
AAPG 2023 is open to all grant-holding researchers belonging to an organisation, establishment or public or private research laboratory eligible for ANR funding. Applicants can be involved in a maximum of three proposals submitted to ANR under AAPG 2023 and the Franco-German bilateral call in HSS 2023: no more than one as coordinator and two as principal investigator for a project partner, or up to three as principal investigator for a project partner.
A coordinator of a PRC, PRCE, PRCI, PRME or JCJC proposal selected for funding under AAPG 2022 cannot submit a PRC, PRCE, PRCI, PRME or JCJC proposal as coordinator for AAPG 2023. However, the researcher may act as a partner’s principal investigator. In addition, a JCJC project coordinator cannot act as the coordinator for another PRC, PRCE, PRCI, PRME or JCJC project while the initial JCJC project is ongoing. When submitting a project, researchers read the criteria of eligibility given in the Guide AAPG 2023.
Panel members and external experts use the same set of criteria to evaluate pre-proposals and full proposals submitted for the AAPG.
These criteria should therefore guide the drafting of the pre-proposal (4 pages) in step 1 and the full proposal (20 pages) in step 2.
View the evaluation criteria and procedures in the text of AAPG 2023.
au sujet du montage administratif et financier de votre projet : aapg.adfi(at)anr.fr
au sujet du montage scientifique de votre dossier : aapg.science(at)anr.fr
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The appelsprojetsrecherche.fr portal centralises all information on calls for proposals and calls for applications from ADEME, ANR, Inserm including ANRS, Anses and INCa. It provides a simplified access to upcoming and ongoing calls, giving a greater visibility to funding opportunities. Following their closing date, the calls remain published for a few months.