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Advance notice Call for Proposals 2021-2022

16 July 2021
New Call for Proposals!
New Call for Proposals!

Good news: the Board of the University of Groningen has approved the budget for a new round of Call for Proposals for Data Science, Geodienst and Visualization of the Center for Information Technology (CIT).

Collaborate on innovative IT projects

After a number of successful individual Calls for Proposals in recent years, the experts from CIT's teams Data Science, Visualization and Geodienst are now collaborating on a number of innovative IT projects.

The Call for Proposals is open from September to October. More information on how to submit the proposals will be published on the CIT website. The approved proposals will be announced before the end of the year.

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