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Jantina Tammes School of Digital Society, Technology and AI Research

Funding Opportunities

Open Calls

NWA call Research along Routes by Consortia 2024
Research along Routes by Consortia funds research projects spanning the entire knowledge chain, involving interdisciplinary consortia. Within consortia researchers collaborate with citizens and societal partners. The application process for this annual funding round of the Dutch Research Agenda (NWA) is now open. The NWA call is strongly aligned with the mission and set-up of the Jantina Tammes School of Digital Society, Technology and AI.

Call for applications for the EUA task-and-finish group on artificial intelligence (AI)
EUA is looking for members of a task-and-finish group to oversee a year-long project on artificial intelligence.
For universities, the potential of using AI technologies to enhance university missions and operations continues to generate interest. Actual and possible use cases – whether in driving data-driven governance, predicting learner outcomes, promoting efficient use of resources or automating research workflows – are multiplying, and they have all gained in importance with the mass use of generative AI. To support members in responding to these advancements and to weigh up the risk versus benefit of AI innovations, EUA will establish a dedicated line of work on the topic. The year-long work programme, beginning in March 2024, will be overseen by a task-and finish group.
Deadline: Friday 2 February 2024.

New KIC call launched for research into digitalisation of energy renovations
The KIC call ‘Digitalisation of Energy Renovations in the Built Environment’ is now open for applications. Consortia of researchers, companies, public institutions and non-governmental organisations can submit research proposals for the development of innovative digital solutions to accelerate energy renovations in order to create a more sustainable built environment. The deadline for the pre-proposals is 4 April 2024, the deadline for full proposals is 3 October 2024.

General information

The following links provide access to search portals that you can use to find Grants and Funding for your research. This oversight includes the European Commission and the Dutch Research Council (NWO) funding. And additional information about support from the UG at My University.

Horizon Europe
The Horizon Europe programme promotes collaboration and innovation to tackle global challenges while aligning with EU policies. Cluster 4 within the framework aims to enhance European capacity in key enabling technologies like digital, industry, and space.

Digital Europe
The Digital Europe Programme focuses on five key capacity areas: supercomputing, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, advanced digital skills, and widespread adoption of digital technologies. It aims to drive economic recovery and shape Europe's digital transformation

Dutch Research Council (NWO)
The Dutch Research Council (NWO) provides funding for research projects endorsed by experts from the Netherlands and abroad. NWO supports collaboration, invests in research facilities, and manages institutes to promote knowledge utilization.

Research Support Portal
External funding is an essential precondition for good academic research. But how do you determine a strong funding strategy? Where do you find the right funding bodies and how do you persuade them to fund your research? This page will help you to find your way around the world of finding and applying for funding, and the support that the UG can offer researchers in their quest.

More resources on My University
The University of Groningen offers researchers and teachers a number of options to assist you in finding the right grants and funds. On the Grants,funding and prizes page you can find practical information about the available grants for research and education.

If you have any questions about research funding, you can also contact your Faculty Funding Officer or a member of the Funding team.

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