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Call for Proposals Visualization, Geo and Data Science 2021

13 October 2021

The Center for Information Technology (CIT) invites researchers of the UG and the UMCG to submit proposals for innovative projects. As a researcher you can apply for the support from one or more experts at the CIT for a maximum of 400 hours. Also a small bench fee (max. €3000,-) is available for items like databases, licenses, hardware.

After several successful calls the experts of Visualization, Geodienst and Data Science work together on one combined call for proposals. This call for proposals will be the last one in a series of calls.

Procedure and timeline

  • The call will be open from 1 September 2021. From that moment on, you can submit your proposal using the form that will be available on the website.
  • The deadline submission of the proposals is 31 October 2021.
  • The selection of proposals will then be considered by a committee of experts.
  • Awarded projects will start from January 2022 onwards.


For questions about the procedure or advice about your application you can contact one of the experts of the CIT.

  • Visualization: realitycenter
  • Geodienst geodienst
  • Data Science: datascience
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