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TAIGA invites researchers at Umeå University to apply for funding for small, short projects related to the TAIGA focus areas.
The aim of the call Mobility Grants for Internationalisation: India is to strengthen Swedish research and higher education by developing and establishing partnerships with Indian universities. Mobility Grants for Internationalisation: India supports projects of high scientific quality which clearly contribute to the activities of participating institutions.
This programme aims to enhance the quality of Swedish research and higher education by enabling researchers who have recently obtained their doctorates to spend time at a host institution abroad. Postdoctoral researchers are thereby given the opportunity to experience different research environments, become more independent, and expand their international networks.
Centre for Transdisciplinary AI, TAIGA, are opening two calls for research funding related to AI, one for projects relating to critical, ethical, legal and social AI, another for projects relating to understanding and explaining AI. Apply before 30 June 2023.
SASUF announces seed fund grants to support research collaborations with South Africa. Last day to apply is 28 April.
STINT, the Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education, announces strategic grants to contribute to the renewal and development of university-wide internationalisation, with top-up option for young researcher mobility.
The Scandinavia-Japan Sasakawa Foundation, with funding from The Nippon Foundation, is offering PhD Research Grants in Japanese Studies for 2023.
During 2022 to 2025, Umeå University will invest SEK 18 million in research infrastructure with the potential to meet a national/international need. That is, infrastructure that could enable research for many different research groups and projects within one or more research areas. The autumn call for tenders closes on October 31 at 24:00.
The Industrial Doctoral School at Umeå University calls for applications for funding of doctoral research projects in collaboration. Until the 17 September you can send in your application. Your application is welcome!
New deadline, 28 June, for PhD students from UArctic Nordic member institutions for Call for Nordic member institutions.