Collaborative Research in Computational Neuroscience (CRCNS) 2023
This call concerns an opening of the NSF program “Collaborative Research in Computational Neuroscience » (CRCNS) as detailed in the document “Solicitation 20-609”.
This program emphasizes innovative research and resources, encouraging the application and development of state-of-the-art computational methods by theorists, computational scientists, engineers, mathematicians, and statisticians to tackle dynamic and complex neuroscience problems. It also emphasizes data and software sharing.
Binational as well as multinational projects can be submitted. For ANR, the consortium must comprise at least one French partner and one American partner and can additionally include Japanese and/or Israeli partners.
The proposals will be evaluated according to NSF evaluation procedures in association with ANR and the other partner agencies of the program.
Each agency funds the partners in the respective country, according to its own national rules.
The investigators prepare only a project written in English to be submitted to NSF by the American partner. The project description must include the Annex for French participants to be included as an additional document together with the submission to NSF. The Annex for French Participants is available below. You must include the project summary in the appendix, and this summary will be published for funded projects.
In parallel to the project submission, the French participants must send the Annex for French participants to ANR by E-mail (NEUC_calls(at)anr.fr) before November 30, 2022.
- List of selected projects
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