Closed – 2024

Bilateral collaboration ANR – JST CREST for three research areas: "Nano-Material Semiconductors"

Japan Science and Technology Agency ( JST) and the French National Research Agency (ANR, Agence Nationale de la Recherche) concluded a Framework Agreement in December 2017. The purpose of this Agreement is to foster Japanese-French collaboration in scientific research and to fund joint research projects conducted by Japanese and French partners eligible for funding from each agency, within the framework of the JST-CREST program on three common priority research areas:

[Nano-Material Semiconductors] Fundamental Technology for Semiconductor-Device Structures Using Nanomaterials

The full description of the area is appended to the document on the national regulations for French applicants.

The proposals should be led by a Japanese Principal Investigator and a French Principal Investigator and will be evaluated via a peer-review procedure by ANR and JST, successively. The call is open to public and company conducting research and development in France.

The ANR will fund French teams with a request maximum of 500 k€ per project, an amount which must be adapted to the number of French partners and the ambition of the project, for a duration of 5 years.

The Japanese-French consortia must have submitted their proposals to ANR website before June 07, 2024 at 10AM CEST. The same proposals must be also submitted on JST-CREST before June 4th ,2024 at 12pm (JST).

Opening : 2024-03-11 at 09:00 CET
Application Deadline : 2024-06-07 at 10:00 CEST

Contact ANR

Responsable d’Actions Scientifiques
Tel : +33 01 78 09 80 59


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