Past calls for proposals
Improved transnational monitoring of biodiversity and ecosystem change for science and society - BiodivMon
Biodiversa+ - the European Biodiversity Partnership - is pleased to launch its 2022-2023 joint Call for transnational research proposals on “Improved transnational monitoring of biodiversity and ecosystem change for science and society”.
Water4All 2022 Joint Transnational Call on “Management of water resources: resilience, adaptation and mitigation to hydroclimatic extreme events and management tools”
The Water4All partnership is starting in 2022 under the auspices of the European Union Horizon Europe programme for research and innovation, to concentrate research and innovation on water in Europe and beyond. Water4All’s Vision is to “boost the systemic transformations and changes across the entire research – water innovation pipeline, fostering the matchmaking between problem owners and solution providers for ensuring water security for all in the long term”.
The "Recherches participatives 1/ Participatory Research 1") call for proposals is part of the multi-annual SAPS programme (Sciences with and for society) which the ANR launched in 2021 with the ambition of amplifying the interactions between the academic sphere and the general public. The aim is to support and contribute to structuring "participatory science and research", a movement in which civil society stakeholders engage with researchers, individually or collectively, in producing knowledge that can be used for action and can play a substantial transformative role.
The Generic Call for Proposals 2023 (AAPG 2023) is the French National Research Agency’s (ANR) main call. It is directed towards all scientific communities and all public and private players involved in French research. It is designed to give researchers in various scientific fields access to co-funding in a large number of research themes, basic or applied, in addition to their allocated recurrent funding.
Co-funded call for proposals in the frame of the RIA « Long term Europe Africa Partnership on Renewable Energy» to fund research and innovation dealing with renewable energy in Africa.
As part of the Europe-Africa LEAP-RE program, co-funded by the European Commission, 9 R&D funding organizations are launching a call for projects coordinated by ANR and MESRS (Algeria). LEAP-RE is intended to fund transnational research and innovation projects dealing with the subject of renewable energies in Africa in order to increase their use through a balanced set of research, demonstration and technology transfer projects on both continents.
La stratégie nationale d’accélération pour la cybersécurité, qui s’inscrit dans le plan France 2030, s’articule autour de quatre axes principaux : Développer des solutions souveraines de cyberséc
France and Germany have reaffirmed their desire to create a common ecosystem in artificial intelligence in order to set up new collaborative projects. By signing a joint declaration of intent on the creation of a "Research and Innovation Network in Artificial Intelligence", they are joining forces based on their national strategies in order to create the best conditions for the emergence of new cooperation projects in research and industry.
French priority research programme (PPR) on antibiotic resistance: Call for junior and senior researcher positions (chairs)
This program aims to implement an ambitious research program that brings together all French forces, to propose new public health strategies and measures to reduce and optimize the use of antibiotics in human and veterinary medicine in order to reverse the resistance curve, in line with international actions.
Since the war began in Ukraine, the PAUSE programme, led by the Collège de France , has set up a specific Ukraine Solidarity emergency fund, with the support of the French Ministry of Higher Educa
Déploiement de solutions d’IA embarquée sur cibles matérielles spécifiques – Consultation publique et appel à manifestation d’intérêt
La consultation publique et l’appel à manifestation d’intérêt (AMI) « Déploiement de solutions d’IA embarquée sur cibles matérielles spécifiques» visent le regroupement de grands industriels, ETI, PME et jeunes pousses françaises autour d’un projet initié par deux organismes publics nationaux de recherche : développer une plateforme logicielle open source, interopérable et souverainement maîtrisée à l’échelle française et européenne, de déploiement d’applications à base de réseaux de neurones profonds sur des cibles matérielles embarquées.