Funding

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Call 2015

INNO INDIGO Joint Call on diagnostics of chronic non-communicable diseases

Call abbreviation: IPP2
Programme: INNO INDIGO Partnership Programme
Thematic area: Diagnostics and interventions in Chronic non-communicable diseases
Thematic focus:

  1. Development of  tools and technologies for the diagnostics of chronic non-communicable diseases
  2. Research and innovation within interventions for chronic non-communicable diseases
  3. Mechanisms in chronic non-communicable diseases   

Date launched: 13th April 2015
Full proposal submission: 22th June 2015
Funded instruments: Mobility; Workshops; Research costs; Personnel costs
Funding agencies from: India, Belgium, Estonia, France, Germany, Norway and Portugal
Number of project proposals submitted: 47 
Number of projects funded: 6

To find out more about the funded projects:

To find out more about the funded projects: Link will follow soon.


Type of projects funded:

Indian-European collaborative research and technological development projects in the field of “Diagnostics and interventions in Chronic non-communicable diseases” with a specific focus on:

  • Development of  tools and technologies for the diagnostics of chronic non-communicable diseases
  • Research and innovation within interventions for chronic non-communicable diseases
  • Mechanisms in chronic non-communicable diseases   

Participating countries:

  • India –  Department of Science and Technology (DST)
  • Belgium – Fonds de la Recherche Scientifique (F.R.S. – FNRS)
  • Estonia – The Estonia Research Council (ETAg)
  • France – Bpifrance Financement (Bpifrance)
  • Germany – Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)
  • Norway – Research Council of Norway (RCN)
  • Portugal – Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia (FCT)

Scope of the projects:

Projects could have a maximum duration of 3 years and funding is around € 100.000 - € 200.000 per partner/per country, depending on national regulations.

According to the respective national regulations the following funding could be applied for:

  • Mobility
  • Workshops
  • Research costs
  • Personnel costs

Who could apply?

Applications could be submitted by academics, higher education institutions and / or non-university research establishments. SMEs were also eligible depending on national regulations.

Consortia that wished to apply for funding of a research project within the above mentioned topics, had to consist of at least three partners: two from different European countries, and one from India.

Countries contributing to the call were: India, Belgium, Estonia, France, Germany, Norway and Portugal.

Partners from other countries than those participating in the IPP Call could join a consortium but had to secure their own funding.

Application Process

The application procedure had one stage. Applications were submitted electronically using PT-Outline Web Tool, accessible through this link.

Attachments

You can view or download the Guidance for Applicants and National Regulations for detailed description of the funding instrument in the attachments section of this page (on the right).

This project has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological
development and demonstration.

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