The Netherlands eScience Center launches 2015 calls for proposals

DTL’s partner the Netherlands eScience Center currently offers two project calls worth 3,5 M €. The purpose of the Call for Accelerating Scientific Discovery (ASDI) is to enable domain scientists, working in application fields of Environment & Sustainability, Humanities & Social Sciences, Life Sciences & eHealth, or Physics & Beyond, to address compute-intensive and/or data-driven problems within their research.

The Call for Disruptive Technologies (DTEC) focuses on supporting computer and data scientists in the research and development of novel eScience technologies and software, in areas such as Optimized Data Handling, Big Data Analytics, or Efficient Computing, driven by a direct demand from (multiple) research disciplines.

Proposals can be submitted by researchers from any Dutch university or research institute which is affiliated with NWO or KNAW. For either call, a grant may be requested for a maximum total budget of 500K Euro, and a maximum project duration of 48 months. More information

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